Web albums from your pictures
Album Express is a great tool for creating slick, professional-looking picture albums for home, friends and the Web. Its wizard-like interface and customizable templates make it easy to present your pictures in style: you can produce a slide show, create an index, catalog your pictures, and build a fully searchable image database all with just a few clicks of the mouse. See our sample albums for examples.
If you're a computer novice, you'll love this program's ease of use. Just select the pictures you want, select a template and watch Album Express assemble your creation in no time -- editing Web pages was never like this! Your picture collection comes complete with standard navigation tools, and you can even include a background image for added impact. Whether you want to view your albums at home, using your favorite browser, or upload them to your home page on the Internet, it's as easy as clicking on a mouse button.
Album Express is also an ideal tool for power users. Its full-featured scripting language will enable you to build your own album templates, allowing almost unlimited creativity in developing display styles and techniques. Demonstration templates are provided to show you some of the possibilities: you can build framed pages, allowing pictures to be selected from thumbnail images, or take advantage of the multimedia potential of HTML by associating pictures with MIDI tracks or sound clips -- the sky's the limit. See the sample album with midi sound for example.
Remember that if a picture can convey a thousand words, your picture albums can build a virtual library!
Album Express comes from Fookes Software, the developers of the award-winning NoteTab text editors.
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Last updated on October 8, 2009