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K-Salon provides a complete package for running a photographic salon or circuit. It provides on-line entry and electronic scoring through to report card emailing and reporting to PSA and FIAP. It works for both digital projections and/or print based salons. It can produce an on-line gallery of accepted images.

This product is NOT available for public release.

K-3-D Interface for SPM

The K-3-D program alters the default saving folder in StereoPhotoMaker so that when you do a SAVE or SAVE AS, the file is saved back into the folder where the file was opened.

This is a free program - no charge.

K-3-D Program -

StereoPhotoMaker is a program used by most stereo photographers for processing 3D images. Although it is a very useful and feature rich program, its saving pattern assumes that all photographers want to save their new and altered images in the same folder as was used for the previous save. It does not default to or have an option to change the default to save in the same folder as the source image.

The K-3-D program interacts with StereoPhotoMaker to change the 'last saved' folder to be the folder where the image is opened. This means that if an image is opened via K-3-D will be saved back into its source folder.

The K-3-D program is free of charge and can be downloaded and installed without fee. Full details can be seen by downloading the Manual.



K-Salon Program -

The program produces an on-line entry system which integrates with PayPal and will do automatic payment processing.

Unlike other on-line data entry software providers, this system is run on the exhibition's web site and is entirely under the exhibition's control.

The program is not available for public sale or licence.

A copy of the full manual is included with and integrated into the product. You can, however, obtain a copy by clicking on the MANUAL button. This is a PDF document designed for on-line reading.



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