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SVG Kit for Adobe Creative Suite

SVG Kit for Adobe Creative Suite. Provides complete support of SVG format for Adobe CreativeSuite, including InDesign, InCopy, InDesign...

March 19, 2014 by Scand

Build-Your-Own "Ultimate" Adobe Photoshop CS6 PC

Photoshop is a big, heavy application that, when pushed hard, can bring even a high-end system to its knees. For hardcore graphics designers, a dedicated piece of kit is essential.

April 24, 2012

Don't go buying high-end graphics cards to power the next-gen Photoshop

Last week the web was a-buzzing with rumors that the next incarnation of Photoshop (Photoshop CS4 as many are calling it ... but I'll call it CS.next even though Adobe has publicly called the next version CS4) would leverage graphics processing units in order to make the app faster. However, it looks like these rumors amounted to little more than wishful thinking.

May 26, 2008 by

Photo Filter Factory

All the features of common paint program but with over four thousand graphical image filters and effects like Aged Pager, Alien Moon,...

October 31, 2013 by Ezyware Software

CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 11

Any graphics suite that contains CorelDRAW gets our vote, and the other applications in this package only add to CorelDRAW's appeal. Although Adobe’s Photoshop is the top image editor in its class, you won't find another suite deal like this one.

September 25, 2002 by

ePandit IME

ePandit IME is a typing tool (IME - Input Method Editor) for Hindi and other Devanagari script based Indian languages. It is based...

September 14, 2011 by ePandit Labs

Corel subsidiary bundles tools with Photoshop

Procreate, the graphics subsidiary of software maker Corel, announced that a trial version of its KPT effects software will be bundled with the new version of Adobe Systems' Photoshop graphics editing software, which went on sale April 16. KPT is a collection of add-on tools for Photoshop that allows designers to add special effects to images. The trial version works for 30 days, after which it can be activated for $99. --David Becker, Special to ZDNet News

April 16, 2002 by

Adobe earnings beat estimates

Software maker Adobe Systems edged past expectations Thursday, reporting quarterly profit and revenue that were way down from a year ago but a slight improvement sequentially. Adobe reported diluted earnings of $49.8 million, or 20 cents a share, for its first quarter, ended March 1. That compares with $69.8 million and 28 cents a share in the same period a year ago and $34.3 million and 14 cents a share in the previous quarter. Adobe, which mainly makes software for electronic and print publishing, has been hit hard by the advertising downturn. But the release of a new version of Photoshop, the company's flagship graphics product, is expected to boost earnings this year. Excluding one-time charges, first-quarter earnings came in at 22 cents a share. On that basis, analysts polled by financial-research company First Call expected earnings of 20 cents a share. First-quarter revenue came in at $267.9 million, compared with $329 million a year ago and $264.5 million in the previous quarter. The company said in a statement that it expects revenue to rise significantly for the second quarter, setting a range of $305 million to $325 million. Per-share earnings were projected to between 24 cents and 27 cents. --David Becker, Special to ZDNet News

March 15, 2002 by

Photoshop 7.0

If you're an advanced photographer and don't have Photoshop yet, or if you need natural paint tools, version 7.0 is a must-have. Otherwise, version 6.0 will do the trick.

February 28, 2002 by

Adobe encourages software sharing

Adobe Systems has expanded its Adobe Studio community site with Adobe Xchange, a forum where users of popular graphics applications such as Photoshop and Illustrator can post and download add-ons for the programs. Xchange is intended to be a library for customers to share the custom tools--such as filters and brushes--they create in Photoshop and lllustrator. "It provides members the tools to increase the usability and value of their Adobe software and makes it easy to share them across the whole design community," said Tanya Wendling, senior director of Adobe's Web site. Other sections of its Adobe Studio site include tutorials, examples of work created with Adobe products, and forums for soliciting graphic-design jobs. --David Becker, Special to ZDNet News

February 28, 2002 by

Apple owners get discount on Adobe products

Apple Computer and Adobe Systems are offering Power Mac and PowerBook buyers the option of buying a number of Adobe's graphics programs for $899, a $1,000 savings. The Adobe Design Collection package includes Adobe's InDesign 2.0, Illustrator 10, Acrobat 5.0 and Photoshop 6.0. Buyers will be able to upgrade to version 7.0 of Photoshop--which is compatible with Mac OS X--when it becomes available. The promotion, which kicked off this week, runs through the end of August. --Ian Fried, Special to ZDNet News

February 26, 2002

Illustrator 10.0

Illustrator is a must-have tool for professionals who generate vector graphics for print and the Web, and the new Symbols support makes this a must-have upgrade.

January 21, 2002 by

Adobe unveils midrange image editor

Adobe Systems Inc. on Sunday took the wraps off a new strategy for its graphics-manipulation software: Photoshop for the high end; PhotoDeluxe for the low end; and a new product, Photoshop Elements, for the midrange market.

February 10, 2001 by

Adobe sues site over Photoshop piece

Adobe Systems Inc. is suing Macintosh News Network, a Mac-focused Web site, for misappropriation of trade secrets after MacNN ran details of Adobe's forthcoming Photoshop 6 and ImageReady 3 graphics packages.

June 13, 2000 by

Adobe pictures October upgrades

Graphics and layout kingpin Adobe will release a series of Windows and Macintosh updates to its flagship Photoshop image editing, PageMaker DTP, and Persuasion presentation graphics packages next month.

September 9, 1996 by

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