ArtStudio 1.3.3 ήταν διαθέσιμο ως προσφορά στις 16 Ιανουαρίου 2010!
To Corner-A ArtStudio είναι ένα ισχυρό πρόγραμμα animation που μπορεί να δώσει ζωή στις βαρετές εικόνες. Το ArtStudio έχει ενσωματωμένα φίλτρα, υποστηρίζει hardware acceleration, διάφορες εξωτερικές παραμέτρους και απλό περιβάλλον εργασίας – δεν χρειάζεται να είστε καλλιτέχνης ή σχεδιαστής για να χρησιμοποιήσετε το ArtStudio.
Προσοχή ! Αυτό το πρόγραμμα απαιτεί κάρτα γραφικών με υποστήριξη «Pixel Shaders 2.0″!
Windows XP/Vista; Video accelerator card with 'Pixel Shader 2.0' support; Microsoft .NET framework 2.0; Microsoft DirectX 9
To PhotoStyler είναι ελαφρύ και απλό πρόγραμμα βελτίωσης, σχεδιασμένο να κάνει τις ψηφιακές φωτογραφίες να μοιάζουν αναλογικές. Παλιές εικόνες sepia με γρατσουνιές, φωτογραφίες από το '30, διάσημες και απίστευτα δημοφιλείς εικόνες από polaroid - μπορείτε να επιλέξετε νέο στυλ για τις ψηφιακές φωτογραφίες. Το PhotoStyler είναι επίσης ιδανικό για να φτιάξετε τις φτωχές σε ποιότητα εικόνες από φωτογραφικές μηχανές κινητών, και τις καλές εικόνες από ψηφιακές μηχανές τελευταίας τεχνολογίας.
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Nice, I downloaded this the last time from GAOTD but kept it not for long. For this kind of animations you really don't need to download software (not to say 'why pay for') take e.g. the Online Picture Editor from Lunapic http://www.lunapic.com/editor/ (click on 'animations') 'ruffling water' is one of their most simple high resolution effects.
Sometimes I wonder if software developers actually do enough research in advance, or just gamble that buyers don't know ?
Some other useful online photo editors are (some with animated effects):
> Aviary (effects editor)
> Dr. Pic (pic modifier)
> Fotoflexer (online fun editor)
> Free Online Photo Editor
> Lunapic (picture pimper)
> Photoshop Online
> Pic Resize (online)
> Splash Up (online editor)
> Squidoo Photo Editor Reviews
> SumoPaint (online photo editor)
and if you go for more advanced animation (don't expect this from ArtStudio 1.3.3) see these:
> AniS 1.0
> Gimp Simple Animations
> Picasion (animate your pics)
> Snapfiles Freeware
> Sqirlz Morph
> Xara Xtreme Graphic Software
exact links here http://webnavigator.org/ guess somewhere at the bottom in the graphic section.
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Couple of points:
1) Super giveaway today. Even if you don't think animation is for you, the app makes for a lot of fun. And as usual, you can always uninstall later anyway if you don't think it's a keeper.
2) For the third time in a month, I've had to help out different computer users over so-called 'activation problems' with GOTD software, whereby they clicked to activate but nothing happened other than a message saying: 'Failed to connect. Please try again later.'
In all three cases, there was a one-word cause:
In all three cases, the users were running the Comodo Internet Security Suite freeware app, and hadn't a clue how to re-configure it to allow GOTD to function as normal. In fact, they blamed GOTD.
By way of "proving" it was GOTD's "fault", all three users also shut down Comodo for the express purpose of initiating the 'activate' process. . . yet were still getting the same message: 'Failed to connect. Please try again later.'
So they blamed GOTD yet again.
But of course, they hadn't shut down Comodo. Even though they thought they had.
A quick look at what was running in the background on their computers would've instantly confirmed that Comodo was still very much at work and still running interference on their machines.
Attempts by those users to end the interference all failed because it's a protected process.
I can't comment on Comodo because I don't use it -- I tried it once and found it way too obstructive. But I was surprised to see that here was not one but three different computer users who all claimed to be knowledgable about "their" Comodo yet, as it turned out, had absolutely no idea it was still operating in the background even when they were adamant that it wasn't.
I'm not sure how they've resolved their problem (I recommended going with a different firewall.) But I thought I'd post this comment because yesterday and the day before, several posters came on here to say there was "something wrong" with GOTD's activation process, and so there'll likely be yet more similar posts today.
Seems a shame to deny yourself the pleasure of a giveaway like today's on the basis that it's somehow GOTD's "fault" when in truth, a firewall block on the user's own computer -- Comodo, in the experience I've had -- has been the cause.
As to today's software, GOTD really is continuing on with some of the highest quality offers anywhere on the 'Net. Well done, GOTD.
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Shari ... That is not a dumb question. I'm certain many members here will have the same or a similar question.
Pixel shader 2.0 (and other variants) are hard-coded into the video card and its drivers. It's not simply a software applicaton you can install on your system.
If you're not sure if your system supports Pixel Shader 2.0 it's best to check with your video cards manufacturer or it's documentation to find out.
If your video card does not support Pixel Shader 2.0, the best option is for you to simply replace your video card with one which has native support for pixel shader.
Video cards with pixel shader 2.0 and 3.0 are very common these days, it is not an expensive upgrade & will improve performance on other programs as well.
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Thanks for todays offering Corner-A! Does anyone have a changelog or a link to the differences/fixes this version (1.3.3) offered here today has since the last version?
Couldn't find it on Corner-A's site.
Also, here is a list I found at a gaming forum of Graphics/Video Accelerator cards that have Pixel Shader 2.0 Support:
(It is not 100% complete, but the latest cards not listed should support older Pixel Shaders like ver. 2.0)
Radeon R300 Chipset family:
- Radeon 9500, 9550, 9600, 9700, 9800
- Radeon X300, X550, X600 (XT)
- Xpress 200, 200m, 200Crossfire, 200Intel (Note! The 200p has no integrated X300, and therefore no pixelshader support).
Radeon R420 Chipset family:
- Radeon X700, X740, X800, X850
Radeon R520 Chipset family:
- Radeon X1050, X1300, X1550, X1600, X1650, X1800, X1900, X1950 (Pro, Ultimate, Core, XT)
Radeon R600 Chipset family:
- Radeon HD2400, HD2600, HD2900, H3400, HD3450, HD3600, HD3650, HD3800, HD3850, HD3870 (X2, Pro, XT)
Radeon R700 Chipset family:
- Radeon HD4300, HD4350, HD4500, HD4600, HD4650, HD4670, HD4700, HD4770, HD4770, HD4800, HD4850, HD4870, HD4890 (X2)
GeForce FX/5/NV30 family:
- FX5200, FX5300, FX5500, FX5600, FX5700, FX5750, FX5800, FX5900, FX5950 (Ultra)
GeForce 6/NV40 family:
- 6100, 6150(SE), 6200, 6500, 6600, 6800 (Ultra, GT, GTO, GS, Go, XT, XE, LE)
GeForce 7/G70 family:
- 7025, 7050, 7100, 7150, 7200, 7300, 7500, 7600, 7650, 7800, 7900, 7950 (GS, SE, LE, GT, GTX, GTO, GX2)
GeForce 8/G80, G90 family:
- 8100, 8200, 8300, 8400, 8500, 8600, 8800 (GS, GTX, Ultra, GT, GTS)
GeForce 9/G92 family:
- 9100, 9200, 9300, 9400, 9500, 9600, 9800 (GT, GS, GSO, GX2, GTX, GTX+)
GeForce 200/G200 family:
- GTS250, GTX260, GTX275, GTX280, GTX285, GTX295 (216SP)
Intel GMA chipset family:
- 500, 900, 950, 3000, 3100, X3000, X3100, X3500, X4500
Intel Express Chipset:
- G31, G33, G35, G41, G43, G45, G915, G945, G946 G955, G963, G965, Q33, Q35, Q43, Q45, 82915G, 82910GL Note! I am not 100% sure they will all run it, some have a tuned down version of something like a Radeon X300 which should mean Pixelshader 2.0.(only the 82915G, 82910G, everything lower (828xxx) has no support!)
- S4, S4pro, S8, S8Nitro, S8 ULP
- S18 CE, S18pro
- S25, S27, 430, 435, 440, 530, 540 (GTX, GT, ULP, E)
- Wildcat Realizm (100, 200, 500, 800) (Note! I think from the Wildcat III there is 2.0 support, but I am not 100% sure.)
- Volari V3XT (Note! Only the XT model, the rest of the V3 series has 1.4: V3, V3XE, XP5)
- Volari V5, V5XE, V8, V8Duo, 8300, 8600, 8600GT, XP10
- Mirage 3, Mirage 3+, Mirage 4
Finally, How to find out what graphics/ vid accelerator card you have? Right-click on an empty space on your desktop and then:
In XP choose "Properties" then "Settings" tab,
In Vista: "Personalize" then "Display Settings",
In Windows 7: "Screen Resolution".
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Dumb question time:
How do we know if we have the "Pixel Shader 2.0" video accelerator?
How do we get it if we don't already have it?
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