Image Slicer

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Kurt Geer, Oct 17, 2004.

  1. Kurt Geer

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    and I was wondering where I can find an Image slicer?
    any free demo's of them?

    Thanks
     
  2. KD-did

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  3. jamirae

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    oh, good one, Katie!

    Here's a few others:
    Ulead SmartSaver Pro
    (fully functional 15 day trial version)

    PaintShop Pro
    An expensive alternative to Photoshop and has a great image slicer tool embedded. Probably more than you are looking for, but they do have a trial version as well.

    -jami
     
  4. LogoManiac

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    Jami....shouldn't that read "An inexpensive alternative...." ??? ;)
     
  5. jamirae

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    ha ha ha! yeah.. duh!

    thanks for catching that! it is less expensive... about $100 for PaintShopPro compared to about $500 for Photoshop.

    geez! must have been having one of those "blonde moments" :)
     
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    Paint Shop Pro

    Even though I use Fireworks, I always find myself opening PaintShop Pro to do something. Plus, you can't beat the Browse feature.
     
  7. jamirae

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    oh yeah! and the screen capture feature too! I love how you can designate an area to capture rather than the whole screen or a whole window. :)
     
  8. LogoManiac

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    PaintShop Pro is definately a great tool in your image/art arsenal.
    While Photoshop is awesome, I relegate it mainly to a power user status because there is a learning curve associated with it. For the average user, PaintShop Pro will more times than not get the job done with good results. I also think PSPro is a bit more intuative to use even if you are new to the program.
     

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