Ashampoo has launched Photo Commander 16, the latest update to its photo editing software which adds new features such as support for slideshows in 4K resolution.

The software update also adds new music and other effects for your slideshows, as well as a calendar creator tool for setting start and end dates. There’s also a new panorama feature for creating widescreen images.

Other features in Ashampoo Photo Commander 16 include:

  • Automatic image correction and optimization – also for folders
  • Auto-recovery for overexposed, faded images
  • Adaptive menus for quick access to your favorite features
  • Turn GPS data from JPG and RAW images into concrete locations
  • Add geotags to individual images
  • Sort by country, city and street
  • Find locations through Google Maps, Bing Maps or OpenStreetMap
  • Control everything on one display and present it on another
  • Enhanced Ken-Burns effect for portrait and landscape formats
  • Image transitions without gaps
  • Extract images from PDF and MP4 files
  • Faster creation of cards, frames and vignettes
  • 3D photo cards
  • Create cards from photo collages
  • Web photo galleries with many styles and settings
  • Photo mix with unlimited number of images
  • Photo mix with image effects
  • Optimized GIF animation creation
  • Easier card creation with numerous templates
  • Send as email, Use browser-based email clients
  • New print styles for passport photo and lomographic style
  • Integrated Ashampoo webspace uploader
  • Completely redesigned wizard for creating video slideshows
  • Design and print greeting cards
  • Improved printing to fit several image copies on a single page
  • Upload images and albums to Facebook, Youtube, etc.
  • Export images to PDF
  • Create HTML albums
  • Create slideshows
  • Create photo collages
  • Add frames to images
  • Create photo mixes
  • Create TIFF files from multiple images
  • Burn photos to CD, DVD or Blu-ray
  • Email photos

What’s more, Ashampoo has cut the price of Photo Commander 16 from £39.99 to £15.99.

The PC-based software requires Windows 10, 8.1, 8 or 7.

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