November 21, 2009 in Multimedia (E)
[prMac.com] Stockholm Sweden - BragIt today releases version 1.0 of "BragIt HTML Slideshow", a plug-in to Adobe Lightroom. Its target group is people who want to publish a collection of photos to the web like a slideshow, telling a story. Visitors to the website can scroll through thumbnails of all photos, and then start the slideshow to see large photos sequentially with annotations below each photo.
It becomes a slideshow where the viewer is in full control of when to see the next photo, and it does not require any Flash plug-in. Since the resulting slideshow is based on HTML, it is fast and requires no browser plug-ins. And visitors who use a browser that understands color management will see good colors that are close to the ones you see in Lightroom.
The resulting slideshow has a scrolling index page of all photo thumbnails, an identity plate, and an introductory description. The full frame version of each photo can have multiline captions in a compact design to make room for photos in both landscape and portrait orientation with separate bounds for width and height. When a full frame photo is clicked, it advances to the next full frame photo.
Pricing and Availability:
The plug-in has extensive choices for text labeling, fonts, layout and color controls. You can download a demo version that is free to use as much as you like, but it is limited to 10 photos. For use with more than 10 photos, purchase an unlocked version for only EUR 10.
Founded in 2000, Hagersten, Sweden. BragIt does: technical writing and structured authoring, imaging, software development. Copyright (C) 2000-2009 BragIt. All Rights Reserved. Adobe, the Adobe logo, and Lightroom are trademarks or registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the U.S. and/or other countries.