‘Life Poster’ composing application Posterino updated

Ulm, October 20, 2006 – 13:00 CET Zykloid Software today announced
version 1.0 beta 5 of Posterino its ‘Life Poster’ composing
application. Posterino lets you easily create life posters,
postcards, greeting cards and contact sheets from your digital
pictures. The software supports auto-placement of photos, export of
posters or postcards, custom template creation, and various image
manipulation routines such as cropping and rotation. To get an idea
of Posterino visit:


Changes since the last public release:

[NEW] You can now import images from file system folders. See “Import
Folder…” in the “File” menu.

[NEW] The first sketch of an online help system is made. We have got
a “life poster” and “postcard” tutorial and some pages about image

[CHANGED] Speed improvements in rendering JPG thumbnails.

[CHANGED] Much improved image browser. The current release should
address the known problems with iPhoto.

[FIXED] Fixed a couple of minor user interface problems.

[FIXED] Fixed the problem where the template chooser was displayed on
top of an existing document file.

[FIXED] Fixed problem where a corrupted image spoiled the Posterino
image picker.

A life poster is a collection of dozens of images of your life onto
one single poster.

Posterino is made for Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or later and needs at
least 20 MB of free disk space. Upon final release Posterino will
cost $24.95. For a limited introduction period Posterino will be
priced at $19.95.