Auser wrote:I don't really care what you want to say. I don't have a problem using 50 programs, and PS is way too expensive.
df wrote:Auser wrote:I don't really care what you want to say. I don't have a problem using 50 programs, and PS is way too expensive.
Fair enough. But I suspect that Adobe may make the only "does it all with all PSD file features" programs. What feature exactly are you missing?
LeviFiction wrote:Well you shouldn't need 50 programs but no one should be afraid to use multiple programs. A pipeline is used even in conjunction with Photoshop. So it's not using two to avoid 1 it's using two to get the best result.
LeviFiction wrote:However, the only program that "fully" supports Photoshop document files is Photoshop. Everything else will not support one feature or another or render the document incorrectly or flatten the whole thing into a single layer.
That being said I don't know of any software that properly supports most of the Photoshop Document Format. If you find one let me know I would love to see it but a cursory search and a quick look through all of my current software suggests that it's unlikely anything will.
df wrote:Well, PSE 10 will likely go on fire sale soon at local retailers if that's of any help.
df wrote:PSE = Photoshop Elements. I see alot of chatter about the next version coming out soon.
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