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Image Filter Pro 100 : 100% Off at BitsDuJour

Photographic Filters for the snaphappy crowd from Iconico.

I seriously lust after their screen ruler software suite.  :-*
Very professional stuff indeed and this seems to be on par as far as quality goes.

Just imagine -- you've been tasked with maintaining a website that's laden with images, and you need a way to be able to capture those images quickly so that you can work on them. Well, how would you like the ability to capture all of the images on any website, in just a few clicks of your mouse? Even better, how great would it be to wield the power to apply multiple filters and special effects to entire libraries of images, automatically?

Image Filter Pro will instantly streamline your workflow when it comes to acquiring and editing digital images. With Image Filter Pro, you can save all of the images off of any website, then apply multiple filters to your images, condensing hours of toil into just a few minutes of effort.

With Image Filter Pro, you'll be able to store collections of filters in Filter Groups, with the power to apply them all in a single click, either to individual images or entire folders using batch processing. With over 100 filters to choose from, including a vast selection of color filters, transforms, HSL filters, and edge detectors, you'll be able to implement site-wide changes to your images using just a few clicks!

Programmers take note: If you're familiar with C# or VB.Net, you can create your own image filters! These filters can then be integrated into Image Filter Pro, thus extending your existing filter collection. You can even use Image Filter Pro as a testing platform for filters! To learn more, please follow the link for the custom filters info page.

You can of course manipulate images that you already have stored on you computer as well. Stacking of multiple filters is supported.

Free functional upgrades for the life of the product is available within this offer.

Would be a nice bit of kit for inclusion in any photographer's arsenal of tools.

Image Filter Pro 100

Enjoy! :)

Today's promotion includes the following:

Image Filter Pro 100 ($0) - 100% Off.

Line Reader ($9.75) - at a 50% discount.
Screen Divider ($14.75) - at a 50% discount.
Website Styler ($9.75) - at a 50% discount.

Another edit to further inform and clarify the issue for those who may be considering this software and looking for the upgrades policy, the lifetime of free upgrades is only stated in a message sent with your registration code after downloading the software.

Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for the lifetime of the product.

Sooner or later I'll make a post that needs no edits... Grrr.  ;)

Time for edit #3.

The lifetime of free upgrades IS stated in 'The Fine Print' tab... I only discovered this myself when I decided to check what the status of the offer was on 22nd February 2015, as I wanted to indicate in this post the current status for those possibly looking at this after the close of the fully free offer, as I did not indicate in the thread topic the date for the one day that this offer was totally free (The date of my original posting - 19th February 2015.).

Gotta love how these threads will persist for the life of the board, even if slightly out of date.  :Thmbsup:

The offer is no longer for a discount of 100% but the link still points to this software at a discount of 50%.

I'll look regularly at the BitsDuJour site over the next few days and when I notice that the offer is withdrawn totally, I'll make edit #4 indicating that the offer has expired (Or been reduced once more.), as I notice that this thread is still getting views.

PBOL / Cannot enter activation key.
« on: January 20, 2015, 01:08 PM »
G'day mouser,

 I have the latest version of Progress Bars Of Life (v2.03.00 - May 16, 2014) installed and it asks me for the activation key but there does not seem to be any way to paste it into the program. If I click on the help button I don't get an option to choose 'About', which is were I am informed that I should place the key, as it IS the usual location where other DonationCoder programs will accept their keys, but I am only shown the actual help file for the program.

 I have had it installed for about 2 and a half months and although it is not at this time proving to be very usefull as I don't have many events that I could track with it, I see it as a very potentially usefull item that could and should be developed further (I read on the forum that you yourself were a little taken aback that it hasn't been more widely taken up by the visitors to your site). I have some suggestions for it's development as a general timekeeping utility that I feel could make it a very handy alternative to a full featured P.I.M. including some features that would be a little out of place within a P.I.M. but that sit within the framework of problems/items that could be resolved or simplified within such a program as Progress Bars Of Life appears to potentially be able of becoming.

 I haven't posted regarding this problem till now as I felt it best to let the N.A.N.Y. period and it's workload pass.

P.S: I was the person that you checked as to wether my e-mail address had been used as a registration address very early one morning 2 months ago after either Deozaan or Stephen66515  dragged you to the keyboard after a short respite from being on line. Thank you again for that assistance then, as I was just about to ask that you not be disturbed to do that task but alas, I was too slow and there you were... helping an unknown from the wilds of the internet. Much appreciated. :Thmbsup:

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