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Amazing HDR Photos in 32-Bit Quality

HDR Projects 3 revolutionizes your images, providing seven HDR algorithms and tight control over multiple parameters.

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Justine Jordan Where does the original price come from because the website link only shows the price in euros and the 149 shown would not currently convert to near $180? This link http://www.hdrpro.co/en/h...07680.html lists the price as $149 US.
Jul 1 2015 at 7:08am Copy Link
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projects-software the original street-price is 149 EUR. http://www.hdrpro.co/en/h...07680.html is not a valid source by the franzis publishing house. price differs may vary due to different currencies / time-stamps.
Franzis Verlag GmbH - Jul 1 2015 at 7:29am Copy Link
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Justine Jordan Thanks but it still does not explain the $180.90 price that is the base used for the markdown. As I indicated initially, 149 EUR is not going to convert to that amount. The euro is not currently worth more than the U.S. dollar, it is worth less so making it 1-to-1 is generous. Making it more is highly inaccurate. The discount is around 54% using the 149 EUR price as the base.
Jul 1 2015 at 9:11am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea When determining which prices we show for a promotion, we browse to the Buy Now link used during the promotion and use the prices we see in there.

The regular price of $180.90 was the price we noticed when we started setting up the promotion. I have just browsed to the Buy Now link again and noticed the price is slightly lower this time: $176.88. I updated this price into the promotion page. There is also a note in the buy page for this promotion which states:
Please note: the USD price of $176.88 is based on a regular price of EUR 145. This price may vary slightly depending on currency exchange rates.

The e-Commerce we're using during this promotion is Cleverbridge. The regular price is determined by the currency exchange rate used by Cleverbridge.

The discounted price of $69.00 is fixed meaning that it does not depend on any currency exchange rates.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 1 2015 at 10:32am Copy Link
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Justine Jordan Actually I was totally wrong. The euro is higher than the USD on the chart I was using so the correct figure for me rounded off $165. But it is apparently irrelevant since the price is fixed at $69. At least I now understand why I sometimes see the same Franzis product discounted with differing original prices.

I apologize for bringing my confusion here today and thanks for your time.
Jul 1 2015 at 12:29pm Copy Link
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Marshall Brown Frankly, I have not had much luck with the claims of some photo optimizer type software. Is there a trial version available before I consider spending $69 on another disappointment?
Jul 3 2015 at 4:55am Copy Link
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Justine Jordan Marshall Brown,

You can download a demo version and user manual from the website link above (http://www.projects-softw...-standard/).
Jul 3 2015 at 6:32am Copy Link
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Pascal User I put a comment on this software"http://www.amazon.com/Fra...PROJECTS+3".
I had paid 69 euros.
Jul 4 2015 at 2:34am Copy Link
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paul Does HDR Projects (hopefully) execute on Windows XP 64bit ?
Jul 4 2015 at 2:51am Copy Link
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Louis H For a review of 20 different HDR programs....

http://captainkimo.com/hd...omparison/

Be aware that He reviews HDR Projects 2, AND he is partial to another company's program. Nonetheless it might help folks get a feel for what is out there and how this program's previous version compares.

Here is the link for comparing the differences between HDR Projects 2 and 3...

http://www.projects-softw...-features/

If my budget could afford it, I would pick this one up as the changes and additions to Version 3 indicate this company is dedicated to it's current and future development.
Jul 4 2015 at 4:01am Copy Link
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Bertie Brummel The link provided by Louis H lists Photomatix Pro 5 as top notch tool. A quick research shows, that both tools are distributed by Franzis. What is the difference between them?
Jul 4 2015 at 4:27am Copy Link
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Roger Booton Ashampoo have a better version of this for half the price
Jul 4 2015 at 4:51am Copy Link
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Louis H @ Roger Booton.

First off... Thank you for alerting me to the fact that there is a version available through Ashampoo!

I am trying the trial versions for both the Ashampoo and the BDJ versions. While the Ashampoo Elements version is cheaper, (I was given a member's price of 19.99 USD - non member price 69.00 USD) it also has fewer options and features than the Standard version being offered at BDJ today. It's similar to the difference between Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. Both of those programs are quite powerful, but Full Photoshop is capable of so much more than PS Elements.

I can definitely swing $20 and will most likely pick up a copy from Ashampoo. This will allow me to take more time and do a better comparison and then determine if the more advanced versions would be worth the purchase at a later date if such a discount becomes available again.

After less than 30 minutes of playing around with the trial versions of both, I like what I am seeing. I simply cannot afford to go with the $69 discounted version offered here today at BDJ. (Although I would say that the program is worth it.)

A MAJOR difference is that the BDJ Standard version offers built in processing of RAW files. This is not an option in the Ashampoo Elements Version. Since I do all of my RAW file processing in either Lightroom or ACR (Adobe Camera Raw), this is not a necessary feature for me to have. Nonetheless, it is a NICE feature to have the option for. It allows you to bring the image into the program without having to first take it into another. Since I am not a professional, and also retired, saving time with my workflow is not a necessity.

Another difference is that the BDJ Standard Version did want to install plugins into Photoshop. The Ashampoo Elements version did not. Heads up, however, for folks who want/need this feature - it did not recognize Photoshop CC 2015. It looked for CC 2014 and earlier. I was able to manually install the plugin. It allows you to export the image to the BDJ Standard version. It would make more sense - or perhaps be more valuable - if this plugin worked with the Elements version. (Although once can certainly set up Photoshop to do this without a premade export plugin.)

One serious Con, for me at least, is the lack of an in-program help file.I could find no specific manual - even online as a pdf - for the Elements version. You can download a very basic 21 page manual for the BDJ Standard version. Most of that does apply to the Elements version as well. I would still prefer a more extensive manual.

I just noticed that licensed copies of the Elements version can UPGRADE to the Standard version for 49 Euro, so that is a plus.

http://www.projects-softw...-upgrades/

Hope some of this helps someone.

Summary - If I had the $69 today, I would make the purchase. Since I do not, I will go with the Ashampoo version and upgrade at a later date.

Thanks to BDJ and Franzis for bringing this program to my attention!
Jul 4 2015 at 6:38am Copy Link
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PRM User This is rather funny - i'm working in the building on the railway picture - which is Zurich Altstetten, Switzerland.
Dec 23 2015 at 1:22am Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! Franzis Verlag GmbH has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 24 2015 at 12:11am Copy Link
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Nigel User If anyone is sitting on the fence with this program, should I or should I not buy it. At this price it's a steal, I bought it last time it was offered on here, I'm not really into HDR but this program doesn't overdo it and really does bring boring photos to life. All these were done with this program and all were dull photos https://www.flickr.com/ph...1773397989 I'm not affiliated in any way, just very impressed with this program.
Dec 24 2015 at 2:54am Copy Link
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_*_ Is this an older version? It appears that you can get the Pro version here for $20, but it is version 3 and the developer talks of a version 4.

Is Bits selling older versions?
Dec 24 2015 at 4:14am Copy Link
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Support I downloaded the trial software and installed it - NICE Product!
Now that I have purchased it - do I need to uninstall the trial version and reinstall the purchased downloaded version?
Mar 3 2018 at 3:35pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! Franzis Verlag GmbH has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Mar 4 2018 at 12:11am Copy Link
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Joe User click on register via internet, nada, nothing , zilch, zip happens. deleted
Jul 27 2018 at 8:07am Copy Link
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cait User Me too, no email, nothing. You have to sign up for their email ads too, or they won't validate
Jul 28 2018 at 6:20am Copy Link
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govertz Where is the personal user id and registration code to be found? Without this free offer is useless.
Jul 28 2018 at 7:26am Copy Link
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ForumGuru Downloaded and registered without issue. Program runs as do all of my Franzis software. Note: The description describes this software as being V3 multiple times but this is actually V4 (V4.41.02511). Cheers
Jul 28 2018 at 10:19am Copy Link
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Adam Bryan Not working for me. Downloaded the zip, extracted, ran and crashed (tried three times). Downloaded the zip again and repeated but this time no crash but also nothing happens. Any ideas anyone? (I'll let you know if I get it working)

Thanks in advance
Jul 28 2018 at 6:00pm Copy Link
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Geoff Fischer The emails came but the last one had a confirmation link that returned a " Can't find the page " notice.

So far a stand still
Jul 28 2018 at 11:04pm Copy Link
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