PicaJet FX 2.6.0.635 for Windows

by PicaJet.Com

Avg. Rating 4.2 (121 votes)

File Details

File Size 5.9 MB
License Shareware, $39.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,230
Publisher PicaJet.Com
Homepage PicaJet

Publisher's Description

PicaJet is a straightforward photo organizer for digital camera owners. The pivotal points of the software are the following – direct import from camera, one-click image sharing, automatic photo enhancement feature, easy search, built-in photo album and one-click print.

PicaJet allows you to include your photos from your existing photo collection (or image collection), or acquire (i.e., import) photos from your digital camera or scanner. After you include or import these digital photos (or images), you can organize, view, edit and print them. You can create slide-shows and photo-albums and share precious memories or moments with your family and friends.

Latest Reviews

markus10018

markus10018 reviewed v2.5.0.494 on Jul 20, 2007

Could have been a good product if there weren't the big problems with stability. Bought it but never really used it because of the frequent crashes. In its current state it's a waste of money.

zridling

zridling reviewed v2.5.0.492 on Jul 18, 2007

As other image programs go nuts trying to be weirdly inefficient, Picajet FX has managed to quietly get better and better, and still be faster than anyone else. Worth every penny, and then some.

zridling

zridling reviewed v2.5.0.488 on Jun 22, 2007

You're joking right? FotoAlbum doesn't even compare to PicaJet. I've worked with FotoAlbum Pro and it can't do half the things PicaJet FX can. Use the software before advertising bad alternatives dude.

potyi

potyi reviewed v2.5.0.484 on Jun 12, 2007

Nice GUI, but some functionality missing ... comaparing to FotoAlbum
http://www.fototime.com/fotoalbum

uberfly

uberfly reviewed v2.5.0.468 on Oct 18, 2006

This app is miles ahead of picassa. Unlike picassa, picajet works for you when and how you want it to, and it doesn't lead you by the nose through a process it believes is best for your image collection. Picassa frustrates me, and Picajet is a breath of fresh air. I wish all software apps were this good and written with the end-user in mind.

zridling

zridling reviewed v2.5.466 on Oct 10, 2006

Good point, and don't forget, PicaJet's UI is highly configurable.

KMurat

KMurat reviewed v2.5.460 on Aug 18, 2006

PicaJet also can writes image caption info into the IPTC and even in XMP of DNG files (which Picasa doesn't). There are available Folder Structure view (Locate By > Folders) and slideshow with really cool transition effects. Free to try.

elpopi

elpopi reviewed v2.5.457 on Aug 4, 2006

I have tried this product a few times hoping for it to run smoother. It does have a nice GUI but I find Picasa to be far more solid and polished. Picasa writes tags and captions to IPTC (you have to pay for this in PicajetFX) and the latest Picasa beta does show folder structure.

zridling

zridling reviewed v2.5.454 on Jun 29, 2006

So because it's as good (actually far better than Picasa by a mile) as your favorite freeware app, you're trashing it? Oh yeah, that makes sense. PicaJet's user interface is so much faster and easier than Picasa's, and it's constantly updated. No contest.

nordlicht

nordlicht reviewed v2.5.454 on Jun 29, 2006

This Tool has nothing that good Freewaretools can't offer. I don't see any sense for paying money for a tool like this. Take a look at Picasa. It's free and much nicer.

Avg. Rating 4.2 (121 votes)
Your Rating
markus10018

markus10018 reviewed v2.5.0.494 on Jul 20, 2007

Could have been a good product if there weren't the big problems with stability. Bought it but never really used it because of the frequent crashes. In its current state it's a waste of money.

zridling

zridling reviewed v2.5.0.492 on Jul 18, 2007

As other image programs go nuts trying to be weirdly inefficient, Picajet FX has managed to quietly get better and better, and still be faster than anyone else. Worth every penny, and then some.

zridling

zridling reviewed v2.5.0.488 on Jun 22, 2007

You're joking right? FotoAlbum doesn't even compare to PicaJet. I've worked with FotoAlbum Pro and it can't do half the things PicaJet FX can. Use the software before advertising bad alternatives dude.

potyi

potyi reviewed v2.5.0.484 on Jun 12, 2007

Nice GUI, but some functionality missing ... comaparing to FotoAlbum
http://www.fototime.com/fotoalbum

uberfly

uberfly reviewed v2.5.0.468 on Oct 18, 2006

This app is miles ahead of picassa. Unlike picassa, picajet works for you when and how you want it to, and it doesn't lead you by the nose through a process it believes is best for your image collection. Picassa frustrates me, and Picajet is a breath of fresh air. I wish all software apps were this good and written with the end-user in mind.

zridling

zridling reviewed v2.5.466 on Oct 10, 2006

Good point, and don't forget, PicaJet's UI is highly configurable.

KMurat

KMurat reviewed v2.5.460 on Aug 18, 2006

PicaJet also can writes image caption info into the IPTC and even in XMP of DNG files (which Picasa doesn't). There are available Folder Structure view (Locate By > Folders) and slideshow with really cool transition effects. Free to try.

elpopi

elpopi reviewed v2.5.457 on Aug 4, 2006

I have tried this product a few times hoping for it to run smoother. It does have a nice GUI but I find Picasa to be far more solid and polished. Picasa writes tags and captions to IPTC (you have to pay for this in PicajetFX) and the latest Picasa beta does show folder structure.

zridling

zridling reviewed v2.5.454 on Jun 29, 2006

So because it's as good (actually far better than Picasa by a mile) as your favorite freeware app, you're trashing it? Oh yeah, that makes sense. PicaJet's user interface is so much faster and easier than Picasa's, and it's constantly updated. No contest.

nordlicht

nordlicht reviewed v2.5.454 on Jun 29, 2006

This Tool has nothing that good Freewaretools can't offer. I don't see any sense for paying money for a tool like this. Take a look at Picasa. It's free and much nicer.

Carlospr

Carlospr reviewed v2.5.452 on Jun 21, 2006

With all respect I don't agree with you dhry. PicaJet is a great program but it's a shareware. It has a nice trial period and you just missed it. In addition, you agreed with the trial since you've installed the program. The few KiloBytes left in your HD is a common practice and almost every trial software uses that. But let me say just one more thing: it's time to a real update/upgrade PicaJet team and please make another trial period for those who want to test it now like dhry!

zridling

zridling reviewed v2.5.452 on Jun 21, 2006

Solid. Fast. Well-designed, and actively developed. Well worth every nickel.

dhry

dhry reviewed v2.5.448 on Apr 7, 2006

Installed this a while ago, tried it and for some reason I couldn't remember, uninstalled and got rid of it. Months passed. Noticed it on FF and decided to give it another shot. Of course, despite me uninstalling it before it's left some crap in my registry and tells me that my trial period has expired. And in doing so, it's also told me all I need to know about why I uninstalled it in the first place. Quote: "If you wish to use PicaJet you must be register." I, unfortunately, am not a register. Therefore I'm going to stick with Picasa, which costs a good deal less and, judging from the feature sets of the two, is probably just as good as this.

Hint to the author - when someone uninstalls your product, don't clutter their registry or hard drive with nuggets of crap.

zridling

zridling reviewed v2.5.439 Beta on Oct 21, 2005

I agree, and one thing I love about PicaJet is its incredible customizability. The developers stay on top of the product, too.

Carlospr

Carlospr reviewed v2.5.438 Beta on Sep 16, 2005

I'm a registered user of ACDSee 7. It's a great program. However the ACDSee 8.0 "upgrade" is a kind of bad joke. Really few improvements that should be called just an update (and free). I'm really disappointed with ACDSee Systems. I've been upgrading since ACDSee version 4...

But my frustation made me look for an alternative and PicaJet is simply great to organize pictures and it's even easier than ACDSee 7/8. I have lots of folders and PicaJet makes a breeze to catalog and categorize all the images. There are lots of keyboard shortkeys (even to rate). It's not fast if a category has more than 8000 images, but if you organize your collection a little bit it turns real fast (ACDSee is not so fast in the same circumstance). The slide show is well done with "super" effects transitions. I didn't like the edit features of PicaJet. But I'm using it just as an image viewer. Finally, you can create more than one database (ACDSee 8 can't do that - maybe ACDSee 15 will). This feature is interesting so you don't have to mix all your photos (e.g. family and business) in one huge data base. I have purchased it today. It's really worth to at least try it.

PS: I'm not against ACDSee. I like it and I'm still using version 7.

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