Monday, March 10, 2008

Prize Incompatibilty Resolution

I got this from one of my CT members today and it sounds like a great solution for those of you that were unable to use any of those great templates from Challenge 1:

Theresa, I think there is a way everyone can enjoy their prizes, even if they don't use Photoshop. They can download a free 30 day trial of ACDSee Photo Editor here: http://store.acdsee.com/servlet/Cont...uctID=69658000

It will open Photoshop files. They can then save each of the individual layers as .PNG, or they can scrap with them in the program. They may decide they like the program an buy it, but if not, they can covnert anything for use later. I think it also opens PSP files in layers. It will NOT open DIS/DIP PNG Plus files in layers. I tired. It no workee!

6 comments:

Brian, Steph, Jaxon & Marley said...

I don't have this problem because I use PSE, but I just wanted to comment how great it is that you have been working your tails off and resolving problems. I have had TONS of fun- this is my first race and I've had no problems whatsoever! Thanks for all your efforts in organizing the race and ironing out any kinks. :) We all appreciate it!

Anonymous said...

Can also get 30 day trial versions of Photoshop Elements and Photoshop at Adobe.com.

HiTech Honey said...

Actually ACDSee Photo Editor has released a new beta that makes using templates super easy! The beta is available to download for free through mid July.

Here's the link to download the beta:
http://www.acdsee.com/offers/photoeditorbeta/

and Here's the tutorial for using templates:http://www.digiscrapinfo.com/dsiwiki/ACDSee_PE_Beta_2008#head-15a9df818da2227d69df07197902ad4e3a479c87

Julie P. aka babyofmine said...

wow, thanks for the tip, hitech honey! :D My friends are getting more interested, and asking what program I use, but they're turned off by the initial cost. This should help convince them! :)

Julie P. aka babyofmine said...

btw, thanks for all your hard work on everything, Theresa!! you rock!

creativechaos said...

GIMP is a free full function photo program that opens Photoshop docs and uses PS brushes and plugns. :) Maybe that will help out too.