|eZPhotoShare is the easiest way to share digital photos privately with your friends and family over the internet! With eZPhotoShare's peer-to-peer connection, everyone can see the images LIVE at the same time.|
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36|
|OS||Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP|
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eZPhotoShare's peer-to-peer technology enables private, interactive, sharing of digital images in real-time. eZPhotoShare is the easiest way to share digital photos privately with your friends and family over the internet! With eZPhotoShare's peer-to-peer connection, everyone can see the images LIVE at the same time. When one person zooms or pans the image, everyone's screen is updated to match. Use markup tools to sketch, draw lines, arrow, text and simple shapes on the image. Everyone sees the markup as you draw, and everyone can draw at once! Your friends can join in and share their photos at the same time. eZPhotoShare expands your internet experience. Includes real-time whiteboard, real-time chat, dynamic pan and zoom, and can transfer any file type.
P2P, freeware, photo, images, collaboration, peer-to-peer, photography, file sharing, markup, digital, sharing
MS Windows, minimum of 32mb ram
Includes security patches
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