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Kodak Picture Kiosk Software Version 1.5 Download __HOT__



I managed to make a copy of the hard drive of my kodak g4 kiosk with version 8.1 and all its functions 100% operational. I have installed this copy on all kodak kiosk models, including G3 and GS Compact (with hardware changes (motherboard + processor + ram) and software upgrade to G4).I also made a step-by-step manual for the installation of this copy in kodak kiosks or in any pc that you want to convert to kodak kiosk (installed software).Package includes:- Hard disk copy.- Software to expand copy on target hard disk.- Explanatory manual step by step to enter windows in the Kodak kiosk and update the hardware drivers (The drivers depend on each motherboard and are available online (as for any PC))- Online support by remote connection, facebook or whatssap.




Kodak Picture Kiosk Software Version 1.5 Download


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Logre hacer una copia del disco duro de mi kiosko kodak g4 con la version 8.1 y todas sus funciones 100% operativas. He instalado esta copia en todos los modelos de kioskos kodak , incluidos G3 y GS Compact (con cambios de hardware (tarjeta madre+procesador+ram) y acualizacion de software a G4). Tambien hice un manual paso a paso para la instalacion de esta copia en los kioskos kodak o en cualquier pc que se desee convertir a kiosko kodak (software instalado).El paquete incluye:- Copia de disco duro.- Software para expandir copia en disco duro destino.- Manual explicativo paso a paso para entrar a windows en el kiosko kodak y actualizar los driver del hardware (Los drivers dependen de cada tarjeta madre y se consiguen en internet (al igual que para cualquier PC))- Soporte online por conexion remota, facebook o whatssap.


The requirements for US visa photos are the same as for a passport photo. Remember, you have the option to create your photo online, which offers the greatest flexibility. Use your smartphone or a digital camera and send a photo to our online visa photo tool. Make sure you meet the requirements described in this article, ask somebody to take a few pictures of you, choose the best one and upload it to our online photo editor. The visa photo software will crop the picture, change the background and verify that your photo meets the requirements. It works for passport and visa photos all around the world.


please send information on how& where i can purchase the kodak picture printing machine,where people can print their pictures taken from camera phones,digital cameras,cd and bluetooth (e.t.c). the machine cost? i am in Namibia,southern Africa. contact detail: 09264 811 282073


1.5.0 -> 2.1 What are key improvements of new program 2.1.0 ? 1/ New module (button) Online Kioskgifts. Kioskgifst (calendars-Easycalendars, Photoalbums-Easyalbums, Greetings) created by customer on his home PC at www.kioskgifts.com are stored on his USB stick / memory card / DVD-CD and customer can produce these photogifts on Easyphoto. 2/ ID pictures from camera can be newly loaded : - from memory card - from USB pendrive - from digital camera with USB Mass Storage support - from digital camera with USB PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) support If one use the same camera (for ID photo) it is possible to select only one source at settings, so program step (visible below) is skipped - program doesnt ask "Where do you have your pictures" anymore, but pictures from camera are loaded acc. to done setting immediately. If one connect camera with PTP USB support, transfer of pictures is done from open ID menu with pressure of button "Refresh" - automatically 8 last pictures from digital camera are loaded on menu screen - smart and fast solution for transfer of captured images from digital camera via USB to Easyphoto, without necessity to pull out periodically memory card from digital camera and push it to card reader again ...


TARGET Program EasyPhoto version 2.1.0 (OS Linux) fits to terminal Easyphoto MT1.Easyphoto is supplied with basic program, which provides all standard photo kiosk functions - instant print, indexprint, CD/DVD burning, creation of compositions from any memory card / Bluetooth.standard SOFTWARE BASIC PROGRAM program supplied with EasyPhoto Basic program of Easyphoto has similair algorithm like program to kiosks.Unlike DPSkiosk program, operator can switch basic EasyPhoto program into 3 modes, so one can use Easyphoto like standard selfservice Photo Kiosk but simultaneously like photo system for ID / instant / portrait photos and Order Station for Click: KIOSK modeProgram supplied with Easyphoto (in price) offers all standard services (icons - Compositions, Prints, Burn a DVD/CD, generally activated are all buttons in upper line), furthemore there is language selection button and price list button on the bottom toolbar, so any foreign tourists can work with Easyphoto like with standard selfservice kiosk. Menu of EASYPHOTO can be switch to following languages (current situation): English / French / German / Spanish / Portuguese / Italian / Russian / Ukrainian / Polish / Dutch / Danish / Irish / Swedish / Norwegian / Finnish / Greek / Estonian / Latvian / Lithuanian / Czech / Slovac / Hungarian / Romanian / Slovenian / Albanian / Turkish / Thai / Arabic-Tunesia-Algeria-Israel / Croatia / Hebrew


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Review ModeUse Review mode to examine already-captured images. When you changefrom Capture to Review Mode, the LCD automatically activates anddisplays your images. Use the left/right scroll buttons to scrollthrough and view all the images currently stored on the picturecard.Pressing the menu button changes what is displayed on theLCD. At the bottom of the LCD you'll see smaller versions of theimages that you have captured (if there's more than 1, of course).You can use the left/right scroll buttons to quickly scroll throughthe images that you have captured to find a particular image.Once you find it, that image appears larger in the LCD. To theleft of the LCD, a series of icons appears. Each of these iconsrepresents an operation that you can perform on the selected image.Whenever one of these operations is selected, Delete, for example,the Trash Can icon appears over the image in the LCD.


Connect ModeWhen you want to connect the camera to a PC for downloading ofimages, you first need to place the camera in Connect mode. Connectmode enables the different ports on the side of the camera forimage transfer. The ports include a standard RS-232 connectionfor Windows-based computers, and a Universal Serial Bus (USB)connection for Windows '98 based computers, as well as the newApple iMac computers.Camera Set-Up ModeCamera Set-Up Mode provides several options you can use to customizethe camera for your own picture-taking needs:


Image Storage & InterfaceThe DC280 comes equipped with a"CompactFlash" ATA-compatible 20 MB picture card. Thepicture card compartment is easily accessible on the left-handside of the camera. Open the compartment door, insert the picturecard into the slot, push it all the way in, and you're all setto capture images. All images are captured and stored in standardJPEG format. In addition, the camera lets you specify the printorder of different images that you capture.Using the Print option when in Review mode, you can select picturesfor printing and choose how many you want. You can even chooseto have an index print of all your pictures. This informationis stored to the picture card along with the images. If you havea newer PC Card reader, or if you use you picture card on a PictureMaker kiosk, the reader will recognize the print order formatand print your pictures automatically!When you first turn on the camera, the status display includesthe number of pictures for which space remains on the picturecard. This "Pictures Remaining" number is displayedin the lower-right hand corner of the status display. This number,of course, will vary depending on the Quality setting (Best, Better,Good), and the Resolution level setting (High, Standard). At thehigh-resolution level, images are stored at 1760 x 1168 pixels.At the standard level, they are stored at 896 x 592 pixels. Thetable below shows the approximate number of images that can bestored on the included 20MB card for each available camera setting:


Of course, as with all digital cameras, the number of imagesstored on each card may vary depending on the complexity of theimage being captured. At the high resolution, best quality setting,the average file size is about 625K. At the high resolution, goodquality setting, the file size is about 230K, and at the standardresolution, good quality setting, the average file size is about82K.The DC280 is equipped with both USB cable for connecting to Windows'98 and Apple iMac computers, as well as an RS-232 and serialadapter plug for transferring images to Windows-based, or Macintoshcomputers. In our data-transfer tests, the speed advantage ofthe USB connection became dramatically apparent: We timed thetransfer of a 524K maximum-resolution file from the camera toour 350 MHz Pentium II Windows '98 computer. Using the conventionalserial port, this transfer required 59.8 seconds, a pretty typicalnumber for an image of this size over a digicam serial connection.Switching to the USB port, this time dropped to an astonishing3.1 seconds! We often recommend external card readers for ourreaders, to transfer image files to the host computer more rapidly:With a direct USB connection to the camera though, such accessoriesreally become irrelevant. (The DC280 also ships with "mounter"software that lets it appear on your computer's desktop as justanother disk drive. Kodak has had this software available forsome time now, but with a conventional serial connection it wasreally too slow to be useful. With USB however, the "mounter"interface really comes into its own, making for a very effectiveway to download images from the camera.)Video OutThe DC280 supports display of imagesto a television set through a video out cable supplied with thecamera. The video out port is located on the left-hand side ofthe camera, hidden beneath a rubber protective flap. Both theNTSC signal format for U.S. and Canadian use, and the PAL signalformat for European use are supported. A menu option is availableon the camera to switch between these signal formats if needed.PowerThe DC280 is powered by a set of four AA batteries, either 1.2vnickel metal hydride (NiMH) batteries or 1.5v Alkaline batteries,both of which are included with the package so that you can startusing the camera as soon as you take it out of the box. Also includedis a NiMH battery charger and a set of 4 NiMH batteries (1450mAh capacity). NiMH batteries require at least 8 hours to fullycharge in the provided charger, after which the charger dropsthe current level to a "trickle," to keep the batteriestopped-off. We heartily applaud Kodak's inclusion of the rechargeablebatteries and charger in the box with the DC280: High-capacityrechargeable batteries are really a necessity with any digitalcamera, and Kodak saves users a good $30-50 by including the chargerand batteries with the camera.When the camera is placed in Capture, Review, or Camera Set-UpMode, the Battery Status Symbol is displayed on the Control Panelon the top of the camera to tell you how much battery power isremaining. The battery compartment on the right, bottom side ofthe camera is easily accessible for battery changing, but requiresthe camera to be removed from a tripod in order to access it.Besides battery power, the DC280 uses an optional AC adapter topower the camera from a standard AC wall outlet. Simply plug theAC adapter into the AC adapter connector under the connector coveron the left-hand side of the camera and you're ready to snap somepictures.Use the Power Save feature on the camera to shorten the amountof time that the camera stays on when not in use to save batterypower. Kodak also recommends that when you use the LCD on thecamera, you should limit usage to less than 10 continuous minutes.More continuous usage will surely drain the battery power. Ifmore than 10 minutes is required, purchase the optional AC Adapter.We've just recently begun measuring actual power consumptionof digicams, to try to introduce some objectivity to the topic.Now, rather than vague impressions of how long a camera can runon a set of batteries, we'll be able to see just how much powerthe cameras use in each operating mode. Overall, the DC280 hadslightly lower power consumption in non-LCD and image-playbackmodes than other cameras we've checked recently, but higher consumptionwhen the LCD was operating, or when the camera was readied fora shot by half-pressing the shutter button. Other operating modesappear fairly typical, but we couldn't get the camera to "sleep"when connected to our test-station power supply, so couldn't reporton power use in that mode. (We've tested several of the recent2-megapixel digicams, but haven't reported on them as yet, wantingto develop a consistent approach first. From this point on though,we should be featuring power consumption figures pretty regularly.)Here's a table showing power consumption in various modes ("mA"means "milliamps", or 1/1000 of an ampere of current):


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