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Essential HDR is Officially Released

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Old 07-19-2008, 10:23 AM
ALEXnicefoto ALEXnicefoto is offline
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Essential HDR is Officially Released

A new effective and efficient HDR software called Essential HDR is officially released. As a Beta version users, I have watched the development of this software for a few months. It is really a nice HDR software, nice quality and super speed! The following is the messages taken from the company anouncement.

Two versions are available. The Community Edition is fully functional and FREE, with one limitation that the result can only be saved as images less than 1 M pixels. The download link is:

The Standard Edition has no such limitation. To thank for your support and help during the development, the first 1000 copies of the Standard Edition will be available at a special price of $48.99, 30% off the regular price. We hope this special sale can cover our beta testers and friends.

Other than very special sales to only very limited group of users in the future, Standard Edition will never be available at a lower price than $48.99 to the public. Take advantage of the current sale on Standard Edition before it runs out! Or, download the Community Edition and give it a test run today! We provide free upgrades of bug fix and other upgrades to all 1.x versions. You can always come back to the support forum for questions, bug report, product develop announcements, and other discussions.

System Requirements
* Microsoft .Net Framework 2 or higher. Download .Net Framework 2.0 from Microsoft
* 32-bit Windows XP SP2, SP3, Windows Vista SP1, or Windows Server 2003
* 1GB main memory minimal, 2GB preferred
* 1.6 GHz CPU minimal, Dual-Core CPU preferred
* Screen resolution: 1024x768 minimal, 1280x1024 preferred
Essential HDR can run on 64-bit Windows XP or Vista. However, our current support effort focuses on 32-bit OS.

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