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Comparison of Image Uploader Editions

Image Uploader is in four editions: Express, Professional, Print, and Premium. This topic compares them by functionality.

Restrictions Express Professional Print Premium
Maximum file size 100 Mb 2 Gb 2 Gb any
Maximum size of created thumbnail 3 megapixels 5 megapixels any any
Maximum number of files 100 any any any
Features Express Professional Print Premium
Displaying and uploading folders Uploading Folders in ASP.NET Uploading Folders in PHP Uploading Folders in Other Platforms * * *
Using ThumbnailThumbnail (ASP.NET)Thumbnail (PHP)thumbnail (JavaScript) control * * *
Saving and restoring upload list * * *
Automatic upload recovery * * *
Uploading hash sums Uploading Hash Sums in ASP.NET Uploading Hash Sums in PHP Uploading Hash Sums in Other Platforms * * *
Registering several license keys that allows you to host Image Uploader on one domain and upload files to another * * *
Preserving EXIF metadata when creating thumbnails * *
Preserving original color space when creating thumbnails * *
Using quality meter * *
Using HTTPS for both host and upload pages * * *
Using private-label version Using Private-label Version of Image Uploader ASP.NET Using Private-label Version of Image Uploader PHP Using Private-label Version of Image Uploader JavaScript by request

As you can see Image Uploader Print includes printing-specific features in addition to Express and Professional. In that way Express and Professional editions are intended to be used in projects that do not require making thumbnails larger than 3 or 5 megapixels and the other printing-related features, namely, Web 2.0 solutions, professional solutions, e-commerce solutions, and so on. Image Uploader Print, however, is designed to be used in various pre-print and photo-print solutions.

All the Image Uploader editions differ in license keys. It means that if you purchase Express or Professional edition, you will get a license key which locks Print and Premium functionality and vice versa. Nevertheless, installation packages are the same for all editions.