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Software Library as a Service

In Digital Photo Kiosks on August 17, 2010 at 4:03 am
Software libraries can be designed with the aim of reducing the time spent in browsing the pictures by quickly cataloguing them. Users can then select a
group of pictures that they want to access instead of scanning each and every one of them in sets of 8, 16 and so on.
The library should ideally be independent of the digital media readers. They can then be employed for all photo kiosks in a generic fashion. This neutrality further allows the software to access input devices other than digital media readers like USB thumb-drives, CD and DVD drives. By providing just a library and back end interface, vendors can ensure that the look and feel of the
kiosk software is not changed. Sorting pictures and cataloging them is expected to enhance the photo kiosk software performance by a minimum of 25% up to almost instantaneous sorting depending upon the options chosen.
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