photoprinto
photoprinto
2.1.2

2.0

photoprinto free download for Mac

photoprinto

2.1.2
09 July 2008

Create/print photo albums.

Overview

photoprinto enables you to create and print gorgeous designer photo albums and single sheets.

  • Print photo albums on your inkjet or color printer
  • Start with fabulous templates or make your own
  • Design gorgeous albums or single sheets
  • Import photos from iPhoto or a folder
  • Make attractive page layouts and photo arrangements with ease
  • Adorn your photos with fantabulous frames
  • Enliven photos with captions, cropping, soft edges, and other effects
  • Automate album creation with AppleScript
  • Available in English, Japanese, German, Italian, and French

What's new in photoprinto

Version 2.1.2:
  • Fixed problem with anonymous serials on Intel-based machines

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5 photoprinto Reviews

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Anonymous
11 January 2005

Most helpful

Portraits & Prints p'wns this thing.
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Version 1.0
gryphonent
02 June 2006
Not sure where folks see beautiful templates in this app. I got this software as part of a bundle and was looking forward to using it: but it's unbelievably slow. And the templates... gosh, back in 1995 on my old Quadra running Claris Works I got better design. Handling is cumbersome as well... nah, off it goes from my hard disk.
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Version 2.1
Anonymous
02 March 2005
One Request: Please, please, please, DO NOT make the SMILE ON MY MAC logo the default imagine...it's half maddening to look at over time.
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Version 1.0.1
Anonymous
13 February 2005
Definitely onto something, but still needs work...lots of work. The basic premise is an emulation of iPhoto's GUI itself. It would have been spectacular if they were simply integrated directly into iPhoto versus a standalone app. I will be watching this app's progress, and might purchase in future revisions.
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Version 1.0.1
Anonymous
13 January 2005
This is a great first version! I look forward to the product as it matures. It is just a little bit slow on my PowerBook G4 1.5 GHz, and ran great on my G5. This is going to fill a need for me to maintain family printed photo albums and it could even work out for professional applications. To be fair, most programs that deal with photos can be a little slow as the program reads the photo files. I think it helps if you use a program like iPhoto Buddy to keep your iPhoto library rather small. Perhaps just have photos in the current iPhoto library that you want to place in the photoprinto album. Or use a folder to hold the photos you want to include. It helps to make sure the photos are already in the order you want them in the album, but this is not necessary. The program is not completely intutive, so be sure you read the help file. Give yourself some time to play around with it and become familiar with it, and I think you'll like it. It is definately worth the time to learn. I'm going to purchase it as the price is good, it fills a need for me, and I'm sure it will mature into a great product.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
11 January 2005
Portraits & Prints p'wns this thing.
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Version 1.0