16 April 2013 @ 11:32 am
I'm using a downloaded copy of PhotoImpact 12, and I'm having problems with the "Open Recent Files" option.

While "Open Recent Files" is visible when I click File, it is faded out so I can't click on it. I have to go to Browse each time I want to choose a photo I've been working on. The Help section tells how to use Open Recent Files, but not what to do when it isn't a choice.

Can anyone offer any suggestions as to how to make this feature work?
 
 
 

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27 March 2010 @ 05:08 pm
I am using photo impact pro 11 and I am having a saving problem. All of my pics automatically go from mega bites to kila bites when I save. Doesn't matter what I do to the pic (crop, add filters, or do nothing) it reduces the size. I just opened a  2.5m pic and saved it under a new name (save as) and it saved it as 912k. I am guessing that it is a setting in the program, but I can't find it. Can anyone help?
Thanks, Chaz
 
 
 
23 September 2009 @ 01:37 pm
I've been using PhotoImpact 10 for several years, but it didn't work well with Vista on my new computer, so I purchased Pro 13. One of the features I loved about 10 was the separate GIP Animator, and while 13 is supposed to have the ability to make animated GIFs, I can't figure out how to make it work. Can anyone help?
 
 
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10 August 2009 @ 04:47 pm
I just purchased Photo Impact Pro 13.
I've already played with it a bit and got the hang of it.
I need to know how to change the eye color though and also when I'm Extracting an object, how do I keep little pieces of the object I don't want from coming along with the object I do want?
 
 
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Current Mood: creativecreative
Current Music: Breathe into Me by Red
 
 
 
24 December 2007 @ 02:26 pm

I'm posting some more art as promised, all created using PhotoImpact.

[Apologies in advance for using the same 'subject' most of the time, but fangirling is what I do best.]




Same pic in four different variations; I was playing around with the colouring tools and the lens effects:
BW: Sepia: Halftone (?):Full Colour:

I think I used the copy-stamp in this one (or whatever it's called):



One of my earlier wallpapers, lots of experimenting with colour .. :D



And a wall that's even older and much more basic:



Hope that is enough for now .. ;)
I am looking forward to see loads more art here in the coming days! Get to work, everyone! :D


Sorry I didn't know which tag to use for this entry, please let me know. Thanks :)
 
 
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23 December 2007 @ 04:43 pm
Name and/or Nickname Anja / indigo_inferno
Location Ireland
How long you've been using Ulead PhotoImpact For about half a year now.
What's your favorite thing about Ulead PhotoImpact This is a touch one, probably the Unsharp Mask and the Styles. *lol*
Some of your work! (links below)

Wallpaper 01 (..it was a black/white photo before I got my hands on it *ggg*)
Wallpaper 02 (just made this from some screencaps of one of my fave actresses)
I also made some icons which can be found in my journal. :D

I am so looking forward to snoop around this community and learning lots of new things! ;)
 
 
Current Mood: chipperchipper
 
 
 
22 December 2007 @ 11:33 pm
Name: Sheera
Location: San Francisco area
How long you've been using Ulead PhotoImpact: Hmm, six or seven years now? I migrated over from PSP and never really tried anything after I got into this one. My brief forays into PhotoShop only reinforced my preference for PI. *g*
Favorite thing: I'm a little (okay, a lot) addicted to the diffuse glow effect.
Some of your work: It can basically all be found here at trans_graphical. :)

Also, I come bearing a question! I've been cropping screencaps, and I tried to figure out how to use task recording to come up with a way to batch crop my caps, but I just can't get it to work--when it crops, it doesn't crop to the size I need.

Is there a way to batch crop in PI that I'm just missing?
 
 
 
18 November 2007 @ 01:55 pm
[EN]
Here is an example of conference design with Ulead PhotoImpact; I've created it about 1 year ago.
http://www2.the1st.net.ru/4bf/
The coding process is not complete, because I have no enough time to do this, but, I think, everybody can use my simple graphics in non-commercial private web projects.
Smiles are not my work: http://community.livejournal.com/16x16/6794.html

[RU]
Вот пример оформления конференции в UPI:
http://www2.the1st.net.ru/4bf/
К сожалению, собственно программирование до ума доведено не было, так как у меня нет на это времени, да и есть другие, более приоритетные, проекты. Поэтому я отдаю свою графику всем желающим для личных нужд (некоммерческие проекты, не предназначенные для распространения).
Смайлы не мои, но тоже freeware: http://community.livejournal.com/16x16/6794.html
 
 
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17 August 2007 @ 10:03 am
Woohoo!!

After hours of trial and error, mix and match, cursing, hair-pulling and general icon-related grumpiness....I have finally figured out a solution for the "color burn" blend mode option found in other image editing progams. It's not as simple as, say, clicking a drop down menu and selecting "color burn," but it works! At least it has so far. XD

And sorry about the double-post, but it's related to my last one, anyway. XD We need more active members! :o

Steps below the cut, for those who want to know.Collapse )

Now all that's left for me to figure out is how best to mimic an "adjustment layer" in PI. x.X I think that one may actually be near impossible. :( I am slowly learning how to use some of the similar tools (Color Balance, Color Adjustment, etc), but I only know how to apply them to the active object, not the whole set of objects in the image

I read somewhere that the adjustment layer is like a "lens" that filters over the whole set of layers beneath, but since PI is object-based, I don't really believe there's anything comparable. :/ If I'm missing something, though, I'd gladly be corrected! :)
 
 
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