[OperatedIn] Tembo software

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[OperatedIn] Tembo software

Postby Tembo » April 8th, 2012, 9:54 am

Print Preview in Virtual Age

If photography is your passion, Virtual Age is the program for you! Process contemporary photographs by adding them to the spirit of bygone eras! Create images that look just like those made before 50, 100, 200 years ago, only in a few clicks!

You can perform a stylization of contemporary photography, so that they look like photographs taken by traditional methods used since the beginnings of photography, that is, from the first half of the nineteenth century, as well as analog photography methods used since the mid-twentieth century.

Virtual Age is a professional application that includes a set of tools to help you to create the effect of traditional photography. Adjust color saturation, contrast and exposure of the frame, change the hue and color or completely remove the color, lower the quality of the photos by adding noise, creases, scratches, stains, and much more.


FindFile in Thumbnail Control 2

Thumbnail Control is a handy and reliable utility designed to set the size and quality of thumbs for folders containing multimedia (available for Windows XP only), clean up the thumbnail cache and setup taskbar thumbnails.

You can select one of predefined profile or use custom settings. Settings can be saved for current account only or globally for device (global parameters will be used if account is not configured).

Thumbnail Control also enables you to clean up your devices from Thumbs.db files. This is system database located in folders with multimedia files and is used to store these multimedia thumbnails. Each folder has own database.

In addition Tembo Thumbnail Control 2 enables you to customize Windows 7 taskbar thumbnails.


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Re: [OperatedIn] Tembo software

Postby Kambiz » May 9th, 2012, 12:12 am

Thanks for the post! Both components' pages are updated.
Sorry for the delay.
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