Kaluga, Russian Federation (PressExposure) October 19, 2007 -- Photo ID Studio makes professional-quality photo ID cards from scratch in three simple steps. You begin by making a design of the card in the built-in designer, then enter a personal profile to the database and finally print the output. The specialty of the program is that design and database are blended together into a single project. The interface of the program is clean, easy to understand and nice to work with, making ID card creation a fun job to do.
Many businesses find themselves growing rapidly which is a nice thing but it also throws up some unique hurdles that need to be overcome. One of them is the need for professionally printed employee ID cards. If you have a business of one man, using Microsoft Word to crank one or two ID cards may be fine. On the other end of the scale are companies, needing tens of hundreds of customized, full-color photo ID cards. For those businesses, professional ID creation software like Photo ID Studio is a necessary choice.
Designing an ID card in Photo ID Studio is as simple as playing Lego. You arrange the elements, such as lines, rectangles, ellipses, text and images into a layout and that's pretty much you need to do. As you make a design, you can use Undo/Redo, zoom in and out options, manipulate several objects, and create single-sided and double sided designs. The photo can be loaded into the program, captured from a digital camera or a scanner via TWAIN. The program supports more than 20 image formats, including Photoshop PSD format.
Once the design is made, the next step is to create a database. To add a new employee, create a personal record, fill in its fields, such as name, surname, photo and print the card. Records in the database can be changed on the fly at any time after the database has been created. Printing is available for any printer that is compatible with Microsoft Windows. You can print a single card or a set of cards provided that you selected an appropriate number of personal records.