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Re: a PSP guide to loving ASP

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JStanley wrote:I see ASP an an enhancement of PSP's relatively useless RAW import functions, but the programs really don't have the same goals in mind or design. I still don't see why I should love ASP...
You didn't mention my second point below:
Tadjio wrote:If you take PSP as JASC left it, Corel have added new aspects / features, two of which I don't use as they are flawed if not broken.
  • The first is Raw Conversion. ASP enhances the PSP user experience with this alone.
    The second is the (dis)organizer / Manage Mode. ASP enhances the PSP user experience by providing a workflow where you can manage and edit multiple photos.
I am really loving ASP to process a day's shoot of photos. Particularly the ability to Rate, Label and Flag photos and then to Select from these.
With Editing I am just learning how to Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V Settings for similar shots and then fine-tune and when I have finished (whether or not I call PSP as an External Editor) I just press 'F' to File my finished version, 'J' to output a Batch of JPEGs, and 'P' to Print some.
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@Tadijo...
you are a "PSP X5 user"???
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As well as loving ASP, my first love is PSP - we still have a good ongoing relationship :D
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I believe nyukuri is asking if you have X5 when the Corel website only lists X4. Beta user?
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I did say ongoing... :|
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@Tadijo: I was asking because of your signature that says: "PSP X5 user"...
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nyukuri wrote:@Tadijo: I was asking because of your signature that says: "PSP X5 user"...
I like to use the latest version of any software, whether it is PSP 1.01 thru X% or ASP v6 thru to the latest alpha version.
I've changed my sig now.
Just fill whatever number you like into the '%' box :twisted:
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ASP doesn't see pspimage or psd files, and PSP's catalogue is not quite up to snuff as an asset manager especially when compared to ACDSee. I'd love to stay in the Corel family, and I'd be willing to drop ACDSee if the Corel products were better integrated.
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