Stacy's Favorite Freeware: Using DigiBookShelf to Organize your Digital Photos, Audio and video
|Published:||Oct 24, 2006|
If you have been looking for a way to organize your digital photos, audio, and video into albums you can share with friends and family, you may be interested in taking a closer look at DigiBookShelf. It's very easy to import images and video from your digital camera, memory card, scanner, or other external storage device to create your virtual media albums, in fact, there's even a wizard to help you. Drag and drop files from a folder into DigiBookShelf's interface where you can edit and arrange them, add text, add music and create animated albums that are stored in a virtual book shelf. These albums can be sent to others in email, printed, or exported to CD, DVD or the Web.
It's no wonder this program is highly rated and so popular! It's fully customizable, you can even download skins to enhance the interface. You can also change the layout of your albums, choose your background and book cover image, customize fonts, change the thickness of the spine for each album and password protect individual albums. Each image can be enhanced using filters, color corrected, rotated, cropped and a number of other editing tools can be applied.
You can view all of the images in an album at once, flip through pages like a real album, or auto-flip the pages to view like a presentation. DigiBookShelf even lets you save your albums as a screensaver or view the media in a slideshow. Looking for a specific image? This program comes with sorting, searching and bookmarking capabilities so your media is always organized and readily available. There is no limit to the number of albums your bookshelf can hold so you are free to organize media to your hearts content! It truly couldn't get any easier!
- Version: 220.127.116.11
- System Requirements: 2k/Me/XP
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Stacy Reed is Tucows' resident software librarian and editor. She has been reviewing PC and mobile software as well as web services for over a decade. Helping developers improve and promote their products is only one of her areas of expertise. Stacy is also an advocate for Open Source, Creative Commons and freeware, taking special interest in educational resources, social media, cloud sharing, and mobile technology.