The Picture Organizer will Find, Organize, Display, Edit, Print, and E-Mail Images and Pictures. You can also find and play multimedia files, including Audio Video and MP3 files using the Picture Organizer. A Slide Show is included that provides you with hundreds of transitional effects between picture viewing, and plays WAVE, MIDI or MP3 music in the background. You can cut and paste sections of a picture into another picture, add multiple text words or sentences to the image or picture using numerous fonts and colors, and add shapes to the picture using millions of colors. These techniques can be used to make greeting cards for any occasion, and can be E-Mailed over the internet.
Pictures, documents, and multimedia files can be organized by Photo Albums without changing the picture location on disk. You can create Picture Packages that can be sent and received over the internet using E-Mail. Pictures in a package can include descriptions and comments that can be easily received and integrated into another Photo Album. Complete viewing and report capabilites are provided for Photo Albums and Picture Packages.
The Microsoft Window Media Player Component is part of the program, so you can play audiovideo, and MP3 music files. Lists can be made of folders containing different types and categories of files that are quickly located with the click of a button. Files can be located with the Device/Folder/File Explorer with search capabilites. When pictures are found, they are easily added to the current Photo Album or Picture Package. Pictures are displayed just by double clicking on the File Name. Using the menu Open File option will display a file, and is useful to open files over the network. Packages can be exported to diskettes, RW CD Rom, Zip, or Jazz Disks. The exported packages can be easily imported into the Picture Organizer on another computer, reserving comments and other information.
These file types are grouped by pictures, sounds, music and audiovideo files, and the file list is filtered by these types by clicking the four buttons at the bottom of the Folder Explorer Window: Pictures, Sounds, Music Media, and Movies.