Vivid-Pix RESTORE Adds Document Restoration for Genealogy

Vivid-Pix RESTORE Adds Document Restoration for Genealogy

Second Patent Granted for Image-Correction Software


Las Vegas, NV—Vivid-Pix revealed the latest improvements to Vivid-Pix RESTORE software for Mac and Windows. Vivid-Pix RESTORE now offers document restoration suitable for family genealogy. The software improves the color and contrast of scanned records, letters and documents. It retains its ability to improve scanned, faded images as well as digital photos.

Vivid-Pix RESTORE for Family Genealogy

At RootsTech, February 27–March 2, 2018, Vivid-Pix RESTORE was available to view and to purchase at Vivid-Pix’s booth. Flip-Pal, Shotbox and Kindex also demonstrated the software at their booths, as Vivid-Pix partners. It was presented as part of a comprehensive image-capture, memento-capture, improvement and family history sharing solution.Vivid-Pix-Restore-pck now for family genealogy

“This year at RootsTech, we encouraged attendees to see for themselves how Vivid-Pix RESTORE brings old photos and documents back to life with a few simple clicks,” said Rick Voight, CEO, Vivid-Pix. “You can try the software and receive 10 free image fixes—no credit card required—to see how quickly and easily our patented technology can dramatically improve faded photos and documents.”

In addition, the U.S. Patent Office recently awarded a patent to Vivid-Pix for the image processing used to improve images. This patent is for the automatic correction of faded images and covers the techniques used in Vivid-Pix RESTORE.

Voight and business partner, Randy Fredlund, had a combined 47 years of experience with Eastman Kodak Co. Moreover, they brought Kodak’s “You Press the Button, We Do the Rest” philosophy to the design of Vivid-Pix RESTORE.

As a result, with the expanded capability of document restoration, Vivid-Pix RESTORE is a one-stop solution for family historians, genealogists, archivists, photo organizers and hobbyists.

The software helps them bring back to life scanned prints, slides, glass plates, tintypes, newspaper clippings, family memoirs and also holiday cards.

To download a free trial, click here.