Pixenate version 1.3.4 released

We’ve just released version 1.3.4 of Pixenate ~ the online photo editor. This version includes updated documentation and a new Transparency tool which makes it easy to create cut-outs from your photos and images.
Pixenate is a mature, feature-rich and extensively documented photo-editor that can be easily integrated into any website. You can purchase the software for install on your own server or subscribe to Pixenate on a low-cost monthly basis.
If you’re a medium-to-large web publisher with decent traffic, it probably makes sense to install Pixenate in your web infrastructure.
For smaller web publishers and cash-strapped startups, using the Pixenate hosted service makes more sense – you can avail of all of the features of the premium edition starting at just €29 Euro per month.

In other news: More than 800 twitter folk used Pixenate to make festive twitter avatars in the lead up to Christmas 2008. I’m hoping this will be a Christmas tradition and that next year there will be even more. Happy new year! I hope 2009 will be good for everyone. :-)

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3 thoughts on “Pixenate version 1.3.4 released

  1. Congrats on the success of Twixenate Walter. I think there could be further opportunity though outside of ‘festivization’. How about being the avatar tool of choice for Twitter campaigns? See the section about Connie Reece’s Twitter campaign in aid of breast cancer here –

    http://beth.typepad.com/beths_blog/2008/11/twitter-as-char.html

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