Date Added:Jul. 07, 2005
Downloads Last Week:6
to do my pictures better
i havent try it yet
it's just windows paint jazzed up- I was hoping it would freeze frame my .avi files like it claims to be able to, but every time I open one, the program shuts down.
It converted an Open Office Draw .odg document into a.jpg file, with some tweaks, like centring the text (not automatically, though, just by shaving pixels off the sides). I could control item positioning and size down to pixel level. Although I didn't use it, I liked it's ability to skew the image to any angle (not just rotation by 90Ã‚Â° or 180Ã‚Â°) with no apparent loss of quality. In spite of it's faults, it did the job!
No tool-tips on the toolbar, so it was difficult to know what the icons meant. No help included in the download. Very important for modern web-sites: no support for UTF-8 characters, e.g. ?Âœ. Not at all intuitive to use: it took me an hour to make some simple edits. However, having climbed the learning curve it should be easier next time.
Among very useful features, I found it excelent to edit animated gif images.
This program has way more features than MSPaint. Tools include all the usual brushes plus: clone brush, blur, shade, liquify, filters, transparency, video frame capture and more. Right-clicking on each tool icon brings up a description, and most are easy to figure out. Another nice feature is that the program has a very small footprint. You just unzip to a folder and run it from there. To uninstall, just delete the folder. While this program can't be compared to Photoshop, as freeware it rocks.
There are no help files with the free version. Sometimes I get into modes I can't back out of. Without help files, I don't know if this is a glitch or just something I'm missing.
Brush Strokes is useful enough if you're an amateur image editor, but quite frankly, you could do the same things with paint.
Only get it if you're not serious about your image editing.
Very similar to Microsoft's free Paint program that is bundled with Windows.
Very similar to Microsoft's free Paint program that is bundled with Windows. This program is not even worth paying for the upgraded version.
I will have to get back to you on that
It isn't User friendly. It doesn't seem to be any better than paint which should already be on most or all computers. Doesn't come with unistaller
simple to use,good for non complicated tasks
crash when the file is too big,like scanned hiresolution pages...pity
It have almost all the tools you will ver need to edit and create images
This program provides many tools, but those tools are very difficult to use and for each kind of tool it opens a new tool window which leaves you with almost no space to work in the picture
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|Publisher web site||http://www.pabird.supanet.com/freesoftware/brushstrokes|
|Release Date||July 07, 2005|
|Date Added||July 07, 2005|
|Category||Digital Photo Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/Me/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||6|
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