Vivid-Pix Announces Adding Metadata Zoom/Transcribe Feature to its RESTORE Software

I have written several times about the very powerful Vivid-Pix image editor software. (See http://bit.ly/2XPoNJA for a list of my earlier articles about Vivid-Pix.) Vivid-Pix RESTORE provides fast and easy ways to improve your images and add metadata that adheres to international standards. The software will improve the color, contrast, and clarity of your images. In announcing the latest version, Rick Voight, CEO of Vivid-Pix, stated:

“Up until now, this has been a tedious and difficult chore. With a couple of mouse-clicks, users can improve document legibility, zoom into the image to read important facts, notate these facts into the image metadata, tag key words for searching, and save this improved image quickly and easily.”

Here is the official announcement written by Vivid-Pix:

Vivid-Pix announces adding metadata zoom/transcribe feature to its RESTORE software at Allen County Public Library

Vivid-Pix launches update at largest public library genealogy center in America

Alpharetta, Ga. and Ft. Wayne, Ind. – Vivid-Pix, the inventor of easy-to-use image-improvement software, announced the latest Vivid-Pix RESTORE software enhancement – Zoom/Transcribe – will be launched July 9, at the Allen County Public Library, home to the largest genealogy center in a public library in America.

“Family historians, genealogists, archivists, and historians notate information about photos and documents in the metadata of images,” says Rick Voight, CEO, Vivid-Pix. “Up until now, this has been a tedious and difficult chore. With a couple of mouse-clicks, users can improve document legibility, zoom into the image to read important facts, notate these facts into the image metadata, tag key words for searching, and save this improved image quickly and easily.”

By listening to the needs of consumers and experts, Vivid-Pix continues to enhance their software – and provide free updates – to their acclaimed, patented software. Consumer software (www.vivid-pix.com/restore) and Commercial software (https://vivid-pix.com/commercial-software) licenses are available at affordable prices. The ability to add metadata to images is available for MacOS and for Windows computers. Zoom/Transcribe is currently available for Windows computers.

To see the software in action, visit Vivid-Pix’s Tutorial Video section at: https://vivid-pix.com/learn-support/restore-tutorials.html.

About Allen County Public Library

Allen County Public Library (http://www.acpl.lib.in.us)

The Allen County Public Library has been part of the social and cultural fabric of Fort Wayne, Indiana and surrounding communities since 1895. It is proud to house and curate what is thought to be the second-largest family history collection in the United States. ACPL’s Genealogy Center attracts researchers from across the country and around the world.

In addition to fourteen library locations, ACPL also serves its community through various forms of outreach. That outreach is delivered via ACPL’s community radio and television stations; delivery of programs and library materials to customers who are homebound or residing in senior facilities; and Audio Reading Service, which provides news and current event programing throughout Northeast Indiana and across the country.

About Vivid-Pix

Vivid-Pix (https://www.vivid-pix.com) designs, creates and delivers Fast, Easy and Affordable Imaging Software. Since launching in 2012, Vivid-Pix has advanced its product to earn the support and respect of business leaders and photographers in over 100 countries. Co-Founder Randy Fredlund has more than 150 digital-imaging patents and has extensive experience in Research, Development and Commercialization, enabling him to translate theory into practice. Co-Founder Rick Voight has created billion-dollar businesses through Product Development, Sales and Marketing for Eastman Kodak and Hewlett-Packard. The Vivid-Pix Team is a far-flung group of excellent people who deliver software that “Give your pics (and documents) the Vivid-Pix Fix!”

You can read more in Metadata – Why it’s important and how you can use it in the Vivi-Pix blog at: https://vivid-pix.com/news-blog/entry/metadata-why-it-s-important-and-how-you-can-use-it.

One Comment

David paul davenport July 18, 2019 at 2:09 am

I would love to see how this works on something of direct interest to me, namely the “illegible” pages of the 1910 census of Coalinga, California.

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