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PhotoLab is an image processing system that allows you to view and modify scanned or digitized images on your PC. Windows 3.X.
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PhotoLab is an image processing system that allows you to view and modify scanned or digitized images on your PC. Windows 3.X.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
PHOTOLAB.EXE 210192 97796 deflated
PHOTOLAB.FLT 1806 341 deflated
PHOTOLAB.HLP 29766 12208 deflated
READ.ME 3601 1468 deflated

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Contents of the READ.ME file



PhotoLab Version 1.8
Copyright (c) 1993 by Daniel S. Baker - All Rights Reserved

Overview:

PhotoLab is an image processing tool that allows you to view and modify
digitized images on your PC. The program includes features such as
print, zoom, rotate, mirror, flip, crop, negative image, resize, and
resample, a variety of effect filters, image combination and type
conversion, adjustment of image color, brightness, contrast, and
saturation, as well as HP ScanJet IIc scanner support. The program
reads and writes BMP, DIB, GIF, TGA and TIFF format images.

Requirements:

PhotoLab is designed for use on Windows 3.1 systems. A video
configuration capable of 256 or more colors is recommended.

Changes:

Version 1.8 includes a simple change to support 24 bit BMP and DIB files
which contain a color palette.

Distribution:

You are encouraged to distribute this program for non-commercial use if
distribution is intact, unmodified, en masse, and as long as no fee is
charged for such distribution (with the exception of nominal and
customary distribution fees). If at all possible, please distribute the
original ZIP file, which should include the following files:

READ.ME ........ This file
PHOTOLAB.EXE ... The PhotoLab program
PHOTOLAB.HLP ... The PhotoLab help file
PHOTOLAB.FLT ... The PhotoLab filter file

Disclaimer:

The author hereby disclaims all warranties relating to this software,
whether express or implied, including without limitation any implied
warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. The
author will not be liable for any special, incidental, consequential,
indirect or similar damages due to loss of data or any other reason,
even if advised of the possibility of such damages. In no event shall
the author's liability for any damages ever exceed the price paid for
the license to use the software, regardless of the form of the claim.
The person using the software bears all risk as to the quality and
performance of the software. Use of this package constitutes agreement
on the part of the user to this disclaimer.



PhotoLab Version 1.8 Registration Form

Name____________________________________________________________________

Street__________________________________________________________________

City____________________________________________________________________

State/Country_________________________________ ZIP______________________

Phone (Optional)________________________________________________________

Obtained from___________________________________________________________

_3.5" Disk _5.25" Disk

Comments/Suggestions____________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

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The registration fee for PhotoLab is $30. When you register, you will
receive an authorized copy of PhotoLab on diskette, and will be entitled
to free upgrades and fixes as they are available. Send money order or
check (either $30 US if drawn on a US bank, or the current equivalent of
$30 US in your native currency if drawn on a non-US bank) to the author
at the address below:

Daniel S. Baker
5993 Slippery Rock Drive
Columbus, Ohio USA 43229

CompuServe: 71551,2300





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