New Nero Does Photos

The company behind the well-regarded Nero disc burning software has released Nero PhotoShow Elite, offering photo organisation and some interesting tools for your photos.

With a couple of clicks, you can capture images from your camera or card reader, assign keywords and ratings to photos, and add photos to albums.

Most of PhotoShow Elite's extras appear in its image editing and sharing options. The editing tools include colour and red-eye correction, as well as an impressive list of filters that distinguish it from other entry-level programs.

The package is preloaded with tunes, jazzy frames, and animated clip art to make slideshow creation a snap. When you're done, you can save the show as an executable file or burn it onto a CD.

Though PhotoShow Elite's editing features work well, it lacks the ability to display albums or photo folders in a file tree - helpful if you're dealing with thousands of images.

PhotoShow Elite will appeal to novice users who want a quick way to print and share pictures. More advanced users may be better served by Jasc's Paint Shop Photo Album 5 Deluxe instead.

Basic photo-management that's best suited to new users.

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Kathleen Cullen

PC World

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