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Viewstattion Software
Vince Crampton, Photographer
Apopka | fl | US | Posted: 7:48 AM on 03.02.11
->> I am building an event setup, so that I can do on site print ordering. Currently, I have printers, cameras, tents, tables, etc. but I 'm getting stuck when it comes to software. I need viewstation software that will be user friendly fo my customers. I have networking capabilities. I've looked at Digital Darkroom Express, but I am not sold on it. Are there any competing softwares, and if so, what are they? Just hoping someone can point me in the right direction. Thanks
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Jon Longo, Photographer
Independence | KY | USA | Posted: 9:13 AM on 03.02.11
->> been using 5 Minute photo for several years. . You will want to use the Pro Version. There is a working demo you will be able to download and try out at no charge. I have 11 view stations running XP Pro with Windows 7 on my server.
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Randy Sartin, Photographer, Assistant
Knoxville | TN | USA | Posted: 10:09 AM on 03.02.11
->> I'm a big fan of Photo Parata, and Sam is an absolute pleasure to do business with.
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Jeff Napier, Photographer
Brush Prairie | WA | USA | Posted: 11:35 PM on 03.03.11
->> Both good options, I have Photo Parata and my partner runs 5 minute photo. And Dave and Sam are both great guys and always willing to help when needed.
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Paul Alesse, Photographer
Centereach | NY | USA | Posted: 11:53 AM on 03.04.11
->> 5 minute and Parata are good, but if you are looking for a fully integrated system from sorting, to viewing, to POS, to fullfillment, to border workshops, to customer databasing, there is nothing better out there than Express Digital's Darkroom Pro/Core. Many that try it, get turned off by it, but they have no idea of the capabilities and flexibility it offers.

Believe me, it has bugs and it's costly, but if you are looking for a complete soup to nuts system, ED is the way to go.
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