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SoftColor Toolbox offers batch processing and server software that provides advanced color correction, image processing, and color management for everyone.

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What are people saying about SoftColor Toolbox

Ralph Bressler So I went to the website to look at the demo videos. I am always looking for ways to improve my pictures. The demos show a DOS box or command line interface! I suspect this is why nobody has commented. Any photo correction program that still uses this type of interface AND charges $300 for it must be crazy. IF I am missing something, someone please let me know!
Jun 7 2012 at 11:44am Copy Link
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Petri Piirainen Ralph,

SoftColor Toolbox is a command line batch processing toolkit with server and hot-folder workflow tools. For example Toolbox can be used to process uploaded photos on the web-server. Toolbox is an ideal tool for do-it-yourself workflows when huge amount of photos is needed to process. Toolbox can be also integrated with other systems, like editorial or printing workflows. SoftColor Toolbox is like a "Photoshop for it-department" :)

I think that you should check our PhotoEQ application, http://www.bitsdujour.com...r-photoeq/
or Automata
http://www.bitsdujour.com...-automata/
SoftColor Oy - Jun 7 2012 at 12:00pm Copy Link
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Brian H Hi- I think that Ralph didn't understand the true use of this program when he commented earlier. Of course, anyone who downloaded the trial of this program and was expecting a non-DOS based photo editor would be surprised and probably not impressed, until they understood that the program was written for command line use.

Having said that- I have a question for you about this product. Besides command line interface, does this product have any features that windows-based program, SoftColor PhotoEQ, does not? Thanks. -Brian
Jun 7 2012 at 7:17pm Copy Link
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Petri Piirainen Brian,

Main differences to PhotoEQ are Toolbox's advanced batch processing features like automatic hot-folder workflows, configuration files and background server mode. Toolbox uses same image editing engine than PhotoEQ.
SoftColor Oy - Jun 7 2012 at 8:23pm Copy Link
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Michael R. I would like to see the ability to do some addional things with the toolbox:

- set/remove check for a tag (exit-value could be the state)
- face/person recognition (which would e.g. allow to sort out (or move appropriate pictures into certain directories)
- quality recognition (which would e.g. allow automatically remove bad (unsharp, ...) pictures
Jun 8 2012 at 9:38pm Copy Link
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Petri Piirainen Michael,

Thanks for your feedback. We are currently working with this "tag filtering" feature. It will use EXIF/IPTC/XMP metadata to select should image to be processed or not. It will be a free update for current users.
SoftColor Oy - Jun 11 2012 at 1:24am Copy Link
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Roderick Nicolson Can you explain why you've taken the command line interface route and not gone with the more conventional graphical path for SoftColor Toolbox?
Oct 29 2012 at 4:07pm Copy Link
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Petri Piirainen We have also automatic image editing and photo workflow applications with graphical user interface for example:

Automata - http://www.bitsdujour.com...-automata/
PhotoEQ - http://www.bitsdujour.com...r-photoeq/

Toolbox is command line tool version of our image editing automation and photo enhancement application family. Toolbox as command line tool is very nice utility for server side image editing. It can be used with batch (.bat) scripts and other applications. Sometimes it is much faster to work with command line tools and that is the reason why we developed SoftColor Toolbox.
SoftColor Oy - Oct 30 2012 at 4:28am Copy Link
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Roderick Nicolson Many thanks for your quick and useful answer. I can see how it would be much faster which is a good thing.
My main concern though would be to do with not being able to tell how a photo is going to appear before it's enhanced. My experience of photo enhancement is that it's still a bit hit and miss. Some photos come out wonderfully well while others are badly messed up. I guess there is no way of telling with a command line tool.
Oct 31 2012 at 5:59am Copy Link
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internet explorer don't think I could ever pay this price, let alone the original retail.
Oct 31 2012 at 7:08am Copy Link
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Petri Piirainen We have focused SoftColor Toolbox for large scale batch processing and also for server side image processing. It is true that automatic enhancement is challenging with batch processing. Automatic enhancement is one part of Toolbox’s tools there is image editing, color management and lot of batch processing and server tools inside toolbox. Also Toolbox has very flexible configuration files for batch processing. All our applications use save image editing engine this means that same parameters can be used with our graphical software (Automata, PhotoEQ) and Toolbox. If there is thousands images which need to be processed then Toolbox is fast and flexible application for that project.
SoftColor Oy - Oct 31 2012 at 7:42am Copy Link
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Software Guy Most users are going to want the Softcolor photoEQ. You might want to consider trying it if you have not. The feature I like the best is the histogram color equalizer - I suspect that is the origin of the name. The program also has batch capabilities. Its bigger brother is Automata - both are on sale today. Give them a try - you will be pleasantly surprised.
Oct 31 2012 at 1:46pm Copy Link
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J S There is some real ''jiggery-pokery'' going on with the prices of this product:

Yesterday's 84% OFF promoted Deal was $47.84 on a "RETAiL PRiCE" of $299.00

Yet Today's 50% OFF after promotion deal is $74.50 on a RETAiL PRiCE of $149.00

You can't possibly have 2 "RETAiL Prices" that are so very different in fact 1 being literally twice the price of the other "RETAiL" price.

Yes the final prices of both deals do look attractive, but it looks - too me at least, as though the RETAiL PRiCE offered during the Bitsdujour Promotion Period was iNFLATED to make the Deal look far more attractive, whereas the discounted "after promotion" price is still pretty attractive but based on a more realistic RETAiL PRiCE.

There are a few vendors on Bitsdujour who seem to PLAY with their prices and possible buyers are often very wary of the vendors 'business practices' and where possible look for an alternate product.
Nov 1 2012 at 12:30am Copy Link
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Petri Piirainen J S,

There is a mistake with this 149 $ retail price. Toolbox retail price is 299$ - http://www.softcolor.fi/store/
SoftColor Oy - Nov 1 2012 at 12:33am Copy Link
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Petri Piirainen Correct retail price 299$ is now fixed for daily promotion.
SoftColor Oy - Nov 1 2012 at 5:27am Copy Link
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