Fixes Virtually Any Image with Just One Click for Family Historians, Genealogists, and Photo Lovers
Now with Metadata Read/Add/Edit Functionality for Hidden Image History – Crops & Recalculates Selected Area of Image for Precise Improvements – Now Compatible with More Image Types
Savannah, GA, September 24, 2020 – Vivid-Pix www.vivid-pix.com announced today at the ACPL Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library (free webinar: Click Here) the new version of their acclaimed AI powered RESTORE photo and document restoration software that fixes virtually any image type, in just one click. Vivid-Pix is recognized by genealogy and photography hobbyist communities as the fastest, easiest, and most affordable way to improve faded photos and unreadable documents, such as letters, immigration records, newspaper clippings, postmarks, and birth, wedding, and death certificates, as well as other crucial photos and documents essential to the research and sharing of family history, the second most popular hobby in the U.S.
New Features of Restoration Software
Vivid-Pix RESTORE patented AI software automatically restores faded old black and white, sepia, and color photos and documents; and provides image organization, editing, and saving. The new version now improves a wider variety of image formats; metadata tagging for research, transcription, and sharing of family stories; and Crop/Recalculate to hone in on specific areas that need fixing – details essential for genealogists and family historians.
Simplicity is Key to Vivid-Pix’s Popularity – No Need to Learn Complex Software
Simplicity is the key to Vivid-Pix’s popularity. Family historians and photo lovers no longer need to learn complex software to improve their images or spend a lot of money on subscriptions or pay someone else to improve their treasures. Users can simply purchase RESTORE once, receive free updates, and with one-click and easy controls, RESTORE their memories.
Features of the New version of RESTORE:
Vivid-Pix RESTORE Launches Today at ACPL, the Largest Genealogy Center in the U.S.
The new version of Vivid-Pix RESTORE will launch today at the ACPL Genealogy Center in the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana at 6:30 PM ET, with a simulcast free webinar online at: https://acpl.libnet.info/event/4502576. The largest genealogy research collection available in a public library in the U.S., the ACPL Genealogy Center incorporates records from around the world, with a staff that specializes in genealogy. “To further train genealogy librarians at our nations’ libraries, today we launched free, expert-led training at: https://vivid-pix.com/librarian,” said Rick Voight, CEO, Vivid-Pix. “Genealogy/family history is the second most popular hobby in much of the world, including the U.S. In our current environment, people are spending more time focusing on the most important things in life – family, friends, and organizing their photographs. That’s why we think it’s important to make our software even better and help those that help us with our family history.”
Vivid-Pix RESTORE Availability
Vivid-Pix was founded by Rick Voight and Randy Fredlund, who have a combined 47 years of experience from Eastman Kodak Co. They brought Kodak’s “You Press the Button, We Do the Rest” philosophy to the design of Vivid-Pix RESTORE AI software. For more info, see: https://vivid-pix.com/.
Karen Thomas/Eva Yutani, Thomas PR
Free trial RESTORE download: https://vivid-pix.com/restore/free-trial.html
Genealogy librarian training: https://Vivid-Pix.com/librarian
Children next to Fireplace – Photo Restored with Vivid-Pix: http://www.thomas-pr.com/136/photos/vividpixchildrennexttofireplace.html
Anderson Murphy Before-After: http://www.thomas-pr.com/136/photos/vividpixmurphybeforeafter.html
Recalculated Cropped Stamp Before-After: http://www.thomas-pr.com/136/photos/vividpixstampbeforeafter.html
Vivid-Pix Parade Photos - Before & After: http://www.thomas-pr.com/136/photos/vividpixparade.html
RESTORE overview graphic: http://www.thomas-pr.com/136/photos/vividpixrestoreoverview.html
Baby – Photo Restored with Vivid-Pix: http://www.thomas-pr.com/136/photos/vividpixbabyphoto.html