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My Photo Index manage, organize and share your photos all in one package

Many application are there for you to share your photos online with your friends and here is a new handy application which does all those thing where you need to organize to manage your photos and share it with others with instantly with quick moves.

My Photo Index application helps you to manage, tag and share your photos online supports BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, TIFF also handles AVI clips and can read and convert major RAW formats. Images can be viewed with different sizes by zooming option, the photos can be easily tagged and shared by right click on any photo inside the application and get shared to online networking services like Facebook or Flicker.

My Photo Index has been designed with simple user friendly interface that focuses in image tagging and cataloging.

My Photo Index Main Features

Image Format Support:
Supports all major file types including BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, TIFF as well as AVI files And major RAW formats.

Flexible Printing Layouts
Utilizes various printing formats including 4x6" images, to be placed in photo albums.

Flexible search
Can search for Tags, comments and dates, using standard text search or via Date pickers and auto-complete features,

Image Versioning
Automatically creates a backup of your image and creates a version set. When editing images it is a common practice to save the original unedited images.

Image Tagging & Searching
Allows image tagging with unlimited number of tags or nesting levels, and also supports super fast tag selection.

Image Rating
Enables built in image rating & sorting system.

Image Sharing
Support sharing images within Flickr, Facebook, Pic4u, Mail clients,  IM tools or any other web based application including web based email such as Hotmail, Yahoo mail, Gmail, Web Forums, Blogs and more.

Image Privacy Protection
Has a built in image encryption system, images are encrypted on disk with a password that can be set per image to fully protect your private images.

Image Importing
Support simple import capabilities from local drives or network drives as well as from digital cameras or removable drive using WIA technology.

Fast Cached Image Browser
Uses a proprietary binary cache mechanism to support thousands of cached images loaded and displayed in a flash, with low memory footprint.

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