Adobe to Offer Dual Versions of Photoshop CS3

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Date: Thursday, March 8th, 2007, 06:07
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On Thursday, Adobe announced that it will release two versions of its long-awaited Photoshop CS3 graphics program – Photoshop CS3 and Photoshp CS3 Extended.
According to an article on Macworld News, Photoshop CS3 Extended will include the same tool set as Photoshop CS3 but also include a new set of capabilities for 3D graphics, motion graphics, image measurement and analysis. These formats have become more critical to Adobe’s market and the needs of its user base over the past few years.
Photoshop Extended will allow users to perform tasks such as 3D model visualization and texture editing as well as painting and cloning over multiple video frames. The program will be able to export in various formats including QuickTime, MPEG-4 and Adobe Flash Video. The tools, which aren’t designed around making Photoshop a full-fledged 3D tool, are more geared towards supporting the needs of the company’s user base.
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adobelogo.gif
On Thursday, Adobe announced that it will release two versions of its long-awaited Photoshop CS3 graphics program – Photoshop CS3 and Photoshp CS3 Extended.
According to an article on Macworld News, Photoshop CS3 Extended will include the same tool set as Photoshop CS3 but also include a new set of capabilities for 3D graphics, motion graphics, image measurement and analysis. These formats have become more critical to Adobe’s market and the needs of its user base over the past few years.
Photoshop Extended will allow users to perform tasks such as 3D model visualization and texture editing as well as painting and cloning over multiple video frames. The program will be able to export in various formats including QuickTime, MPEG-4 and Adobe Flash Video. The tools, which aren’t designed around making Photoshop a full-fledged 3D tool, are more geared towards supporting the needs of the company’s user base.
Adobe has also commented that Photoshop Extended’s new features will allow users to extract quantitative as well as qualitative data from images. Users will be able to use specialized image formats natively without relying on a third party program for format conversions.
Adobe has not released specific feature, pricing, shipping or hardware specification details. The rest of the Creative Suite 3 details will be released on March 27th according to the company.
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