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Photo editor: Lumapix's FotoFusion

Lumapix's FotoFusion for its unique collage and scrapbooking features. It can be confusing to use at times, but it has some features for creating excellent collages that I cannot seem to find elsewhere. (I'm hooked on the auto-collage feature - it's mesmerizing!)

SimpleStar's PhotoDeluxe 4 for its Flash slideshows, which can now be burned onto DVD's - finally!

Roxio's Easy Media Creator 8 for its very easy ability to add photos and slideshows to digital video pieces. I haven't found anything else that allows me to create a DVD with so many different media types rolled into one show.

If any photo software developer could roll all of these features into one, mega-featured application I would naturally drop all of the rest and pay almost whatever they wanted to charge me for such a program! (Had to qualify that last statement with the "almost" so I don't commit to getting completely cleaned out!)


Microsoft Photo Editor Advanced

- Properties and Colour Depth

- Colour Balance/Set Transparency Colour

- Save As/Bitmap Settings

- Smudge and Sharpen

- New Image and Settings

- Save as JPG and GIF/Settings


Photoshop 7.0 Problem: can't open this photo editor!


I have been using Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for some time now, but for some completely unknown reason the program no longer opens. I have not installed any new software on my laptop, and whenever i click an image to open, it begins going through all the presets (loading styles, brushes etc.) then eventually, just as it's about to open, it closes the whole Photoshop startup window and reverts to whatever was there before i tried to open it.


You might try a system restore first and if that doesn't work, I'd uninstall & reinstall the program, sounds like something has been corrupted.


MS Photo Editor:Change the File Format of an Image

Change the File Format of an Image - There are different file formats for an image, i.e., JPEG, GIF, TIFF, BMP, and many more. JPEG is the one most used for photographs, GIF is the one most used for line art or clipart. You will want to use TIFF if you want to have a transparent background.

Open Microsoft Photo Editor

From the File menu (or open icon), choose Open. Navigate to where you have your photos or images stored. Click on the one you want to open.

From the File menu, choose SaveAs.

In the SaveAs dialog box, you can change the file format in the Save as Type box.

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