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Should I upgrade from Digital File Pro 1 to Digital File Pro 2?

Thread began 1/04/2010 1:28 am by bryan366833 | Last modified 1/04/2010 7:08 pm by Brad Lawryk | 986 views | 2 replies |


Should I upgrade from Digital File Pro 1 to Digital File Pro 2?

Can someone tell me the differences between Digital File Pro 1 and 2? I already have DFP 1 and would like to know if it is worth upgrading.
Thank you.

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Office Guy-172461

I just went through the same thing. I couldn't find any info on the WA site but found this on another site:

What's New in version 2

  • Resize image uploads - rescale to max or exact width and height, fit width, or fit height
  • Reformat uploaded files to GIF, JPEG or PNG
  • Display a progress bar for use with file upload capability
  • Specify image quality for JPEG and PNG

I upgraded.

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Brad Lawryk

Worth the upgrade ... but documentation needs some serious work.

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