Simple and Intuitive interface - PictureProject has three windows 'Organize, Edit and Design' to allow simple switching between different functions with a single click.
Quick and easy transfer of image files from a digital camera to a computer.
Original photo album - images saved in different locations can be arranged into collections to create digital photo albums.
Slide show - display several images with or without background music and with or without effects such as Slide, Cross Fade or Random applied.
Simple image editing - reduce red-eye or apply image brightness or hue compensation.
PictureProject updates via the Internet - PictureProject is equipped with an automatic update function known as Nikon Message Center. This can automatically check for and download updates when they are available.
PictureProject includes layout templates for printing and sending images via e-mail, uploading images to online photo albums, and publishing images to CD-ROM or DVD-ROM.
What's new in Nikon PictureProject
Support for AVI-format movies has been added.
Compatibility with Intel-based Mac computers was added (under Rosetta).
UTC (GPS) information is now displayed in the
Information palette's "Shooting Data" display for photos taken by the D2X, D2XS, D2HS, or D200 with a GPS device connected. "Auto" was displayed for the "Digital Vari-Program" item in the Information palette's "Shooting Data" display for photos taken with the D40 in "Auto (flash off)" Digital Vari-Program mode. That issue has been resolved so that "Auto (flash off)" is now displayed.
Camera Control Pro now starts when the "Camera Control" button is clicked with a Nikon Digital-SLR camera connected to the computer with both Camera Control Pro and COOLPIX Remote Control installed. Support for RAW images captured with the D40 was added.
Support for the PTP connection of the COOLPIX S7c was added.
Support for the COOLPIX S7 wireless transfer was added.
Support for the COOLPIX S7 and COOLPIX S8 was added.
When photos taken with the D50, D70, D70S, or D80 (in auto shooting mode with the flash up but disabled) were viewed, the information shown for "Flash Sync Mode" and "Auto Flash Mode" in the Information palette's "Shooting Data" display was incorrect. This issue has been resolved.
Support for RAW images captured with the D80 was added.