Yesterday afternoon, Google announced that they had released a new version of Picasa – version 3.5. Probably the biggest new feature is that Face recognition (that has been part of Picasa Web Albums for a while) is now part of Picasa on your computer.http://www.salganyc.org/2160-viagra-and-online-pharmacy/
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go to site Other welcome new features include the ability to edit captions – you can now insert, delete, copy and paste – whereas, in earlier versions, all you could do is type and backspace. (Tutorial Videos: Add Captions to your Photos)follow site
enter For some people the new ability to change the date on a photo will be a godsend. Didn’t notice that your camera had the wrong date on it? No problem, just select the affected photos and click Tools, Adjust Date and Time!
go You will see a big change in the import feature. ( Tutorial Videos:Import from Camera ) They’ve put all the options on one screen rather than making you click ‘Next’ – and they’ve added the ability to upload to your web albums at the same time you import to your computer. I’m not sure I like all the changes here – my advice is to be careful. Don’t just click ‘OK’ – make sure to read the screen and understand all the options.
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