Small doubt regarding Corel Digital studio 2010 ?

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Small doubt regarding Corel Digital studio 2010 ?

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Hello sir,
I have small doubt regarding my Nvidia GT 610 graphics card and following is the configuration of this card
http://www.softwaretechnology.info/2012 ... t-610.html
i heard from one of my friends-> to use certain features in Corel Digital Studio 2010 ,graphics card is must,and my graphics card is low end graphics card,will i face problems or small features get dissabled while using this software ?
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Hello Iron Man,

Can you tell me what "certain features in Corel Digital Studio 2010" are you referring? As far as I know, as long as you meet the system requirements, you should be able to use the Corel Digital Studio 2010 and enjoy all of its benefits.
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you should be able to use the Corel Digital Studio 2010 and enjoy all of its benefits.
Such benefits are so few as to be almost zero.

I strongly recommend that you forget all about Digital Studio 2010 and go for something much better, like the full Video Studio X5 if you are interested in video, or PaintShop Pro X5 if you are interested in photos and graphics...
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Thx Ken Berry for reply,Mostly for adding effects i need this software for my presentations!
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