Vivid-Pix has released a new version of the RESTORE photo and document restoration software

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Paul Lindström

Vivid-Pix recently announced the new version of their AI powered photo and document restoration software RESTORE.

The RESTORE photo and document restoration software can fix 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.

Vivid-Pix RESTORE patented AI software automatically restores faded old black and white, sepia, and color photos and documents; and provides image organisation, 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.

Features of the New version of RESTORE:

EXIF and IPTC compliant metadata archiving: allows the user to see the history of the image, including info on the photographer or scanner, and add important information about the image and its content: people, place, historical insights, and more.

Crop/Recalculate: selects a specific area of the image to quickly focus on small important or unclear sections and improve just those areas of the image.

More image types: now fixes JPEG, TIFF, PNG, DNG, BMP, and RAW image files.

Organizes, notates, and automatically saves original and new improved images.

One-click AI software: easiest to use.

Low cost: with free 10-Fix trial.

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:

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