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NameAltaPixShare
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AltaPixShare allows you to resize and share the photos from a single interface, making sharing photos on IM services, photo sharing websites, email, and other similar file transfer mediums a breeze.

New version includes the AltaLux filter, an image processing technology that can significantly enhance the quality of images with poor lighting conditions.

FilenameAltaPixShare.exe
Filesize1.72 MB
Filetypeexe (Mime Type: application/x-executable)
Created On: 05/03/2013 00:00
Last updated on 05/03/2013 07:58
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