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    Hi, everyone.
    I saw few months ago a demo of a Microsoft software that allowed one to take part of a picture and replace it to another picture (for instance: two similar pictures, one's face is replaced by his face from the other picture - useful in cases where you have two pictures with two people, in every picture someone else has his eyes closed).
    Does anyone knows its name?

    TIA !

    Sorin Solomon


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    Re: Pictures' editing software

    I never knew that ms had such kind of image editing software.
    However, personally I would go for adobe photoshop (elements).
    Way better then any other image editing software.

    I uses it all the time for my photography passion.
    Marcel
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    • #3
      Re: Pictures' editing software

      You are right, Photoshop does not have competitors. I will use it, eventually, if I won't be able to find the software I am looking for.
      10nx.

      Sorin Solomon


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      • #4
        Re: Pictures' editing software

        Don't know of the MS software but you could try looking at The Gimp.

        http://www.gimp.org/

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        • #5
          Re: Pictures' editing software

          lets not forget corel...

          i know that many dont use it, but as a 10+ year corel user, there is nothing that adobe can do that corel cant.

          the only difference between the two is semantics. you call it a blend, they call it a smear... or whatever.

          Acdsee will also do a little editing, but its closer to something entry level like GIMP.
          its easier to beg forgiveness than ask permission.
          Give karma where karma is due...

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