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SnipClik - process or compare hundreds of photos with just one click! No need to load every photo separatelly. SnipClik is a right-click add-in that integrates directly into Windows Explorer.
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December 7, 2006
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SnipClik - process or compare hundreds of photos with just one click! No need to load every photo separatelly.
SnipClik is a right-click add-in that integrates directly into Windows Explorer.
SnipClik allows you make 'web sized' pictures out of large images, quickly add comments to your photos, insert text or date stamp extracted from EXIF image data throughout multiple photos, auto rotate photos while copying from your digital camera, extract, compare and examine exposure parameters from EXIF data, quickly convert between different image formats. Everything with one clik!
Now you can easily prepare your digital photos for sending to your family and friends!
Process a whole bunch of photos at once and present their EXIF data conveniently in listform to make it easy to compare the exposure parameters of one photo to another.
It is very useful, especially for people who are learning the art of photography or like to experiment and produce series of photos, to have the exposure data easily to hand this way.
Quick, One step, No Fuss, No Annoyance.
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