Flipping Book Publisher for Image is an easy to use gorgeous creator of stunning online photo albums from your photo collections. It takes you only few minutes to publish photo book with realistic flash flipping.
Mar 20, 2013 13:53:40
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Description: Flipping Book Publisher for Image is an easy to use gorgeous creator of stunning online photo albums from your photo collections. It takes you only few minutes to publish photo book with realistic flash flipping.
With Flipping Book Publisher for Image, you may import almost any type of image file format (tif, jpg,gif,jpg etc).And make good use of the decoration settings, either add different photo frames to increase the harmonious between background and photo style, or a funny clipart to make your photo book looks more vivid. Then you can convert your photo collections to digital photo books that look like real photo album is finished within minutes.
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