Creating and Sharing

 

Whatever you wanted to do with your camera before, we believe you are thinking how to share your brilliant moments with your family, friends, associates and all folks live on the planet through the network we shared each other, say, the amazing internet.

Yes! JetPhoto Studio is an organizer software designed for every digital camera user. More power to your wonderful shots, the software also offers many attractive creating and sharing features for all persons who want to create digital contents published over internet. Using JetPhoto Studio, it's such easy to turn your photos into a Flash movie, also make Flash, LightBox, CoverFlow and GoogleMap web galleries. It's not difficult to find the style to be ready for your web publishing.

Name Contents Target Files Compatible Platforms
Flash Movie Photos Single SWF file Flash-enabled web browser and media player
Flash Gallery Photos and Videos SWF file + media files Flash-enabled web browser
LightBox Gallery Photos and Videos HTML file + media files Any web browser (iPad / iPhone compatible)
CoverFlow Gallery Photos and Videos HTML file + media files Flash-enabled web browser
GoogleMap Gallery Photos and Videos HTML file + media files Any web browser (iPad / iPhone compatible)


Besides the internet-sharing features mentioned above, JetPhoto Studio also provides a convenience tool for sharing your photos with mobiles.

 

 

Make Flash Movie  

JetPhoto Studio can create a Flash-based slideshow with your selected photos, and add cross fade effects for inter-slide transitions. The generated Flash is only a standalone SWF file that contains all photo clips inside. So it's very easy to copy, email and publish it to web.

The generated SWF file binary is compatible with Flash player version 6.0, that can be played on almost all platforms with Flash support.

- Select photos in Thumbnails view, or select none to export the whole album into a Flash movie.

- Click 'Make Flash Movie' action button, or choose menu item 'Create & Share'->'Make Flash Movie'.

- In the dialog box, you can set options for making the Flash movie.


- Flash Size
Set the dimension of the target Flash movie.

- Slide Show Timing
Set the duration to present each slide and the interval of the cross-fade transition takes place between two slides.

- After finished the optional settings, click button 'Generate Flash Movie'. A SWF file and a preview web page will be created on your desktop.

 

 

Make Flash Gallery  

JetPhoto Studio can make an interactive Flash gallery to show photos in thumbnails and slideshow. The software saves Flash gallery as a file package with a SWF file and a set of separate JPEG files, which can be played in any Flash-enabled browsers.



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- Select photo or video items in Thumbnails view to make Flash gallery. If nothing is selected, JetPhoto Studio will make the Flash gallery with all photos and videos in this album.

- Click 'Make Flash Gallery' action button, or choose menu item 'Create & Share'->'Make Flash Gallery'.

- Show show a dialog box where all necessary options for the Flash generating can be set.


- Flash Size
Set the dimension of the full canvas to show enlarged photos in the target Flash gallery. If the Flash gallery doesn't display a border, this setting should be equal to the dimension of the Flash gallery object shown in the web page.

- with a border of 10 pixels
Set whether the Flash gallery need display a 10-pixel border or not. This option will affect the actual dimension of the Flash gallery shown in the page. For example: The 'Flash Size' setting of the gallery is 640 x 480 pixels, the actual dimension of the Flash gallery with a border will become 660 x 500 pixels if you checked this option.

- Export high-resolution images
Determine the JetPhoto Studio need export high-resolution images or standard-resolution images. The Flash gallery enables two presentation modes, your photos can be shown in an embedded Flash view in the web page or a full screen. The full-screen presentation normally need high-resolution images for a quality photo slideshow. Therefore, check this option when you'd like to show photos in the full screen rather than the embedded Flash view. Of course, the Flash gallery will have to need more network traffic to download high-resolution photos. The photos loading will be faster if unchecked this option, then the resolution of the exported images will be lower to match the Flash size according to your settings.

- Theme Color
Select a theme color for your Flash gallery: White, Black, Ocean, Pink … or any style as you like.

- Slide Show Timing
Set the duration to present each slide.

- Default action at start
Set the default action when starting the Flash gallery. A normal setting is to show thumbnails. With other optional settings, the Flash gallery can also enlarge the first image or play slideshow at start.

- Video exporting options
If your Flash gallery contains video content, please refer to the section Video in the document. More options can be set for the video exporting.

- After finished the optional settings, click button 'Generate Flash Gallery'. A Flash gallery package will be created on your desktop. In order to publish the gallery to web, just need copy the package as a folder to your web server, open the index.html file to play the gallery in web browsers. You can also refer to the code in this file to create your customized HTML container web page embedded with the Flash gallery file (jpgallery.swf).

 

 

Making Lightbox Gallery  

Lightbox JS is a popular web gallery framework that is a simple, unobtrusive script used to overlay images on the web page. JetPhoto Studio provides a snap way to generate a web gallery with Lightbox.

 


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- Select photo or video items in Thumbnails view to make Lightbox web gallery. If nothing is selected, JetPhoto Studio will make the Lightbox web gallery with all photos and videos in this album.

- Click 'Make Lightbox Web Gallery' action button, or choose menu item 'Create & Share'->'Make Lightbox Web Gallery'.

- Show a dialog box where all necessary options for the web gallery generating can be set.



- Theme Color
Select a theme color for your web gallery, Black or White.

- Image Size of Slide Show
The photos will be resized while exporting them into the web gallery. The resolution of the target images can be set here.

- Show Text under Thumbnails
Set whether need show the Filename, Item Number or Photo Description under the thumbnail.

- Show map links for geotagged photos
If your photos are geotagged (with location information) and checked the option, a map link will appear under the thumbnail, click it to show the photo location in a map window.

- Show album description in web page
Determine whether need show the album description in the web gallery page. The album description can be edited in the album information panel.

- Show album title in web page
Determine whether need show the album title in the web gallery page. The album title can be edited in the album information panel.

- Video exporting options
If your Lightbox web gallery contains video content, please refer to the section Video in the document. More options can be set for the video exporting.

- After finished the optional settings, click button 'Generate Web Gallery'. A Lightbox web gallery package will be created on your desktop. In order to publish the gallery to web, just need copy the package as a folder to your web server, open the index.html file to play the gallery in web browsers.

 

 

Making Cover Flow Gallery  

Cover Flow is a graphical user interface with three-dimensional effects included with Apple iTunes originally. JetPhoto Studio can also generate web galleries browsing your photos with Cover Flow effects. The generated Cover Flow web gallery pages can work in any Flash-enabled web browsers.

 


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- Select photo or video items in Thumbnails view to make Cover Flow web gallery. If nothing is selected, JetPhoto Studio will make the Cover Flow gallery with all photos and videos in this album.

- Click 'Make Cover Flow Web Gallery' action button, or choose menu item 'Create & Share'->'Make Cover Flow Web Gallery'.

- Show a dialog box where all necessary options for the gallery generating can be set.



- 1st text line:
Set whether need show the Photo Description or Photo Filename as the main title of the current selected item.

- 2nd text line:
Set whether need show the Photo Index, Photo Capture Time, Photo Description or Photo Filename as the subtitle of the current selected item.

- Enlarged Image Size:
The photos will be resized while exporting them into the web gallery. The resolution of the target images can be set here. In the Cover Flow web gallery, click the current selected cover icon, the image will appear (with the Lightbox effect).

- Video exporting options
If your CoverFlow web gallery contains video content, please refer to the section Video in the document. More options can be set for the video exporting.

- After finished the optional settings, click button 'Generate Web Gallery'. A CoverFlow web gallery package will be created on your desktop. In order to publish the gallery to web, just need copy the package as a folder to your web server, open the index.html file to play the gallery in web browsers.

NOTE: When you preview the CoverFlow gallery locally, the photos may not be enlarged properly. Due to the default Flash security routine, a necessary javascript to call the Lightbox is blocked. To fix the problem, you need change the Flash global security settings on your computer, or just copy your CoverFlow gallery to a web server and try again to load the gallery page under a http address. Then, the enlarged images must work well.

 

 

Making Google Map Gallery  

JetPhoto Studio can make a GoogleMap-embedded web gallery for the geotagged photos or videos that have latitude / longitude (and heading) properties.

 


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- Before you make Google Map Gallery, you need locate your photos (or videos) with GPS or just manually locate them on the map. For more information about photo locating, please also check section GPS and Geotagging in this document.

- Select geotagged photo and video items in Thumbnails view to make Google Map gallery. If nothing is selected, JetPhoto Studio will make the Google Map gallery with all geotagged photos and videos in this album.

- Click 'Make Google Map Gallery' action button, or choose menu item 'Create & Share'->'Make Google Map Gallery'.

- Show a dialog box where all necessary options for the map gallery generating can be set as you need.


- Option to show related GPS tracks
Besides linking photos on map, Google Map Gallery can also enable track display. It will be useful to review and share your unique traveling experiences with both your photos and GPS tracks. If you decide to show tracks, please check the option "Also show related GPS tracks on Google Map", and click button "Style..." to customize the appearance style of track lines shown in Google Maps, such as Color, Width and Opacity.

- Option to show a simple map gallery
With the default settings, the Google Map Gallery interface usually contains two parts: a map and a filmstrip. Users can navigate photos with clicking thumbnails in the filmstrip or markers in the map.

However, If you enabled option "Show simple map without filmstrip (faster loading)" in the dialog box, the filmstrip will not appear in the Google Map Gallery generated by JetPhoto. Using the simple Google Map Gallery, no filmstrip shown, it will be flexible to embed the map gallery as a widget in other web pages.

Maked the simple map gallery that doesn't contain a filmstrip to navigate photos. But you can still easily switch photo spots on the map with a dropdown menu instead. Please check the option "Show a dropdown list with descriptions to switch photos" if you need it.


(A simple map gallery with a dropdown list to switch photos)

- Google Maps API Key* and more options
Change more settings for the map gallery generating if necessary, such as Map Zoom Level, Map Type and the Google Maps API Key. Google Map Gallery uses Google Maps API version 2, an API key is required if you need publish the Google Map Gallery web pages to a website. And you needn't set the API key if only want to open the map gallery pages in your computer.

* To understand some concepts here, maybe you need learn more at Google Maps developer site (http://www.google.com/apis/maps/).

- Video exporting options
If your Google Map web gallery contains video content, please refer to the section Video in the document. More options can be set for the video exporting.

- After finished the optional settings, click button 'Generate Google Map Gallery'. A Google Map web gallery package will be created on your desktop. In order to publish the gallery to web, just need copy the package as a folder to your web server, open the index.html file to play the gallery in web browsers.

NOTE: When you use Chrome web browser to preview the Google Map gallery locally, the web page may not be loaded properly due to an unique security restriction in Chrome. You just need copy your Google Map gallery to a web server and try again to load the gallery page under a http address. Then, the web gallery must work well in Chrome and any web browsers.

 

 

Making Phone Wallpaper  

It's easy to crop and resize your photos to be fit the display dimension of the mobile device. Save your photos in your pocket or share your shots between desktops and mobiles. You can send photos to mobile via Bluetooth or WAP.

- Select photo item in Thumbnails view or switch current photo in Detail view.

- Click button 'Make Phone Wallpaper', or choose menu item 'Create and Share'->'Make Phone Wallpaper'.

- Show a window in which select your phone model and crop your photo to fit it.
- Choose a mobile device model in list, or customize your model with a special display resolution.
- With mouse operations, adjust the size or position of the selection box in the main picture viewer to set the cropping area. You can also zoom or rotate the photo displayed in the main picture viewer.

- Click button 'Send via Bluetooth' to send the cropped photo to your mobile device via Bluetooth.
- Click button 'Send via WAP' to send the cropped photo to your mobile device via WAP (mobile web).

For the WAP transfer, user will get a PIN number after sending. And you need to go to http://jetphotosoft.com/wap/ with the mobile internet browser (or WAP browser) on your phone, and type this PIN there to fetch the phone wallpaper.