Date Added:Sep. 11, 2006
Downloads Last Week:2
- It's free.
- Difficult, hard to understand commands.
- Obscure icons and verbal cues.
- Unable to perform even the simplest commands.
After an hour of trying to perform what should be the simple task of making the background of my image transparent, I eventually gave up and downloaded Paint.Net. I figured it out in literally less than a minute. The object/later structure doesn't work the way you think it should. What's the point of allowing me to set the background layer as invisible when the visibility returns once I merge the layers back? This may work for people who've never used a program like Photoshop and who have no preconceived notion for how an image editing application could be, but for me it's not worth the bother.
Large number of features!!
Supports Photoshop Plugins (.8BF)
Opens Photoshop files( .psd)
Small Download size( only 10MB)
No need to register the program!
None so far...
The number of features for this kind of freeware is impressive. What is strange is that it seems to have all the features of Magix Photodesigner 7 and Magix Funpix Maker (which is basically a subset of Photodesigner7) in a small 10MB download that does not need to be registered. Excellent!!!
Just download it and see for yourself!
Every function imaginable.
Lasso, cut, edit, paste, blend function.
Want to remove something and replace it with something else, this will do it well enough so it looks 100% authentic.
The sharpen function could be better. The sharpen of Paint.net works about 5 times better. Also, sometimes it locks up and this has happened on all 3 of my PC's which are pretty good to very good machines.
I've used this software to create custom images and skins for several programs. The dye function is great and in fact turned my Magix Music Maker Deluxe face into a very professional looking program where as the stock colors had it looking "childish"
It has maybe a couple weaknesses but overall dominates every other high tech photo editor available to the general public. This is a professional grade program designed for the average computer user.
Many features and easy to use - my quick editor is 8-9 yrs old - learning curve is not good - photo clinic is easier to train a new user into. It won't do for heavy jobs - use PhotoShop or PSP X2 for those - down and dirty quick - gets it done
none at this price
I have been using Corel since version 3 and this is a really nice alternative.
I just had to get used to the interface differences between photopaint.
Great tool kit, used it to edit a number of my vacation pictures.
- Better than paying 1000 on Adobe CS4
- Did a nice job cleaning up my vacation pics
- Can't complain about free stuff
Great price point, had all the tools I really needed and none of the fluff features that typically I would have to pay hundreds for.
many more photo editing toolS
The nice picture of the bikini clad woman in the display picture on the download.com website to entice people into trying it out.
NOT WORTHY of anthing even with its whistles.
I was disappointed with a 10MB downloaded software.
Couldn't draw a simple drawing - for God Sake do Something Mr Spock!
Captain the time dimensional nature of the anomoly is causing too much interference.
Sorry guys (developer) but just didn't have the patience to figure it out this time.
Reply by JonDeath on August 5, 2009
You're incompetent if you think this software is poor. It absolutely blows away Adobe photoshop. Easier to use, all the same functionality but with a more intelligent and simplified interface.
confusing. Half of the items did not work correctly.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.magix.com|
|Release Date||September 11, 2006|
|Date Added||September 11, 2006|
|Category||Graphic Design Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||2|