Press Release – iView PhotoMover Released for Mac OS X and 9
iView PhotoMover is the easiest way to share your photos online.
iView MediaPro is the easiest and most powerful way to organize your photos.
iView PhotoMover and MediaPro are essential tools for every beginner and
professional digital photographer.
iView PhotoMover provides Mac users with an easy way to upload photos
directly to some of the top photo archive sties on the net, including Club
Photo, Zing, Sony ImagaeStation, Nikon.Net, FotoTime and PhotoPoint.
PhotoMover works with the very best and most popular photo archive sites on
the net. Share all your digital photos with family and friends without
having to email megabytes of images. Your clients, friends and family can
order professionally printed copies of your photos on many different media
(including photographic paper, posters, t-shirts, mugs and even cookies)
from these sites and have them shipped anywhere.
Download the latest version of iView PhotoMover and MediaPro from:
New features in version 2.0
– Includes a Mac OS X version (see Mac OS X folder).
– Two new photo websites added Nikon.Net and FotoTime.
– Added support for Select albums for Club Photo and FotoTime.
– added AppleScript support for picture description in FotoTime and Club
– New AppleScript samples.
– Added URL to About box and made active
– Added limited FTP to Host support, no support for upload folders yet only
– Added Register Menu if not registered yet.
– Added Goto selected Album code for Club Photo. No UI yet.
– More useful error reporting in log file / screen
PhotoMover is the latest application from the creators of the award-winning
iView Multimedia and iView MediaPro. iView MediaPro is essential software
for digital camera and Photoshop users.
iView MediaPro is a media asset management that’s easy to use for beginners,
but powerful enough for large, commercial users such as The San Francisco
Chronicle, Cond Nast, RIT, Apple Computer, NASA and others. iView
Multimedia catalogs and organizes many types of media files including
stills, movies, animation, sounds, Canvas, Photoshop, Quark, SGI, QTVR and a
long list of others. iView users can now use PhotoMover to coordinate photos
locally with photos on the web.
PhotoMover can save anyone with a digital camera hours of clicking in a
browser. PhotoMover allows uploading images direct from your computer to
photo upload sites on the web. PhotoMover can upload directly to Sony
Imagestation, ClubPhoto, Photopoint and Zing photo web sites. More sites
will be added over time.
Using PhotoMover is simplicity itself. It can be used in two different ways.
1) Drag and drop images on PhotoMover to upload to the photo websites.
2) Catalog all your photos with iView MediaPro. Then select images in iView
MediaPro and choose PhotoMover as the helper application to upload directly
from an open catalog directly to your photo website of choice.
PhotoMover is $15 and iView MediaPro is $45. With this combination of
software every Mac user will have everything they need to work with all
their digital images and share photos on the web.
If the photo upload site you like is not included already in PhotoMover then
contact that company and let them know about PhotoMover. They can contact us
at firstname.lastname@example.org to incorporate their website in PhotoMover. New
sites can be added in days. PhotoMover is a useful utility that provides the
simplest method of getting photos from a Mac to their web site. This will
increase the number of Mac users using their site.
PhotoMover can be adapted to work with any photo upload website making it
easier to use and more popular with pro photographers, graphics
professionals, digital cameras owners and beginners.
Digital Camera manufacturers can contact us about bundling PhotoMover with
Contact email@example.com for more information.
The iView Team
iView Multimedia Ltd. is a software publisher and provider of software
consultancy to third party companies in the digital media and television
Its flagship products are the iView browsers and media cataloging
applications for Mac OS and soon PC computers.