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Corel Paint Shop Pro X Photo Editing Software

5/5 (1 Reviews)


  • MPNPSPXENGPC
    Product ID27429138
    Software CategoryDesign and Multimedia
    License CategoryStandard
    Package Qty.1
    Distribution Media CD-ROM
    Release DateSeptember, 2005
    Operating SystemMicrosoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP
    PlatformPC
    VersionFull Version
    Required Disk Space (PC)500 MB (Recommended: 500 MB)
    Required Memory (PC)256 MB (Recommended: 512 MB)
    Quantity1 User/s
    Package TypeRetail
    Required CPU Speed (PC)500 MHz (Recommended: 1 GHz)

Product Description

For anyone who aspires to make good photos great, there's Paint Shop Pro X.
  • Analyzes your photo and lets you adjust the corrections to suit your tastes
  • Filled with even more Advanced Photo Tools
  • Includes a complete Raw workflow package
  • Over 500 different Special Effects & NEW Picture Tubes
  • Includes NEW Photo Album 6
  • One-click Red-eye removal
  • 50% faster than previous versions


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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Shutterbug151 a Intermediate

    Date Reviewed: April 16, 2006

    Strengths:    The PSP interface is vastly superior to Photoshop; PSP it's more aligned to a typical Windows interface. With PSP most, if not all, of your work is done with the mouse (or pen) an an abundance of buttons. With Photoshop you need the keyboard and because there are fewer buttons you spend a lot of time "drilling down" menus and sub-menus. I've written software documentation and done software training for 15+ years - PSP has the better interface.

    Weaknesses:    Most of the big dogs use Photoshop. If you need or want to run with the big dogs (pro photogs) or feel you need a large support community, Photoshop may be your pick. If you want a better interface and don't mind moving to a different drummer's beat, PSP is an excellent product.

    Bottom Line:   
    Paint Shop Pro (PSP) deserves more respect because it's a very, very good product. Technically, it's every bit as good Photoshop (unless you're into high-end professional work). You'll be hard pressed to find a review saying Photoshop out-performs PSP.

    Magazines always explain how to do things with Photoshop. I've never seen anything written that I can't do in PSP.

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    Duration Product Used:   11-20 years

    Price Paid:    $99.00

    Purchased At:   Online

    Similar Products Used:   Photoshop.

    Type of photography:   People



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