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PixxxSafe secures your images using 256 bit AES encryption. Password-protect and encrypt your image library! Features: Access to the PixxxSafe image library is protected by a User Name / Password combination. Your password itself is not saved. Your privacy matters; PixxxSafe gather nor retains any personal information. Picture Series files (.pxs) can contain many encrypted pictures. All images and information within a .pxs file is encrypted using 256 bit AES encryption. PixxxSafe can import the following file formats: .bmp, .jpg, .pic, .png, .tif and any of the file formats that are supported by QuickTime: .gif, .psd, .targa, .psd, .sgi, ? Picture Series files make better use of your disk space: - All images are JPEG compressed. - All images are contained in a single file, avoiding redundant disk space. Picture Series files are compatible for Windows? and MacOS X. Picture Series can be grouped in Categories. Pictures in a series can be reordered. Pictures can be annotated: title, model, subtitles, ? Pictures can be rated. Pictures can have a ?Zoom Focus? point. Pictures can have a ?Slide Show Timer? setting. Picture Series files can be sequenced in a slide show. The slide show options allow you to display every picture?s title, subtitle and other annotations. The slide show options allow you to zoom into every picture?s zoom focus point. The slide show options allow you to exactly time your slide show. Picture Series (.pxs) files can be exported for archiving or sharing purposes. The export options allow you to optimize the .pxs files for archiving on CD-Rom or distribution on the web: e-mail, ftp, P2P. Picture Series files can be protected by any password you choose. Picture Series can contain a ?Banner? image and URL. PixxxSafe fully supports drag and drop functionality. A setup program or installer provides easy installation (and removal on Windows?).
Price USD15
License Purchase
File Size 3.05 MB
Version 1.5
Operating System Macintosh Mac OS X 10.2 Mac OS X 10.1 Mac OS X 10.3
System Requirements
  • Mac OS X 10.1 or higher
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