Description: WebAsyst Photo Depot is a web tool that allows you to upload your photos online and organize them into albums which you can share with you friends and family. Photo Depot offers online storage of all your personal and business photos and image files.
* Upload your photo collection online and organize it into albums
* View slideshows and customize slideshows' properties
* Share your favorite pictures and albums with friends and family
* Customize access rights to your albums for system users and groups
* Access your online photo collection from anywhere with just a web browser
What you can do with Photo Depot:
Upload your photo collection online
Upload all your photos in Photo Depot and organize them into as many albums as you like. You can browse for the files on your local computer, upload and automatically uncompress ZIP archives, or simply use drag and drop to add images to your albums.
View and customize slideshows
View your album as a slideshow. During the show you can change the size of your photos to small, medium, or large. You can hide/display thumbnails and use slideshow controls; e.g. pausing the show, skipping to the next or previous image, going to the beginning or the end of the show, etc.
View and edit images
Every image can be viewed in any of the three sizes: small, medium, or large. One or several images at a time can also be copied/moved to an album, rotated right or left, and deleted. You can also edit an image's title and add a description.
Share albums with your friends and family
Select image(s) or an album and send it to your loved ones directly from Photo Depot. You don't need to use your mail client to do it; just select a slideshow and enter e-mail addresses. Indicate as many recipients as you want and all of them will receive your pictures or a slideshow, which they can view instantly.
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