Photo-editing software: Compare features & prices Pixlr Photo Editing Services review http://www.which.co.uk/technology/software/reviews/photo-editing-software/pixlr-photo-editing-services/review/
One of the new breed of web-based editors, using Pixlr is a different experience to the traditional buy a CD and install software. Although it looks simple, does it actually perform where it matters?
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Selection Tool Disappointment - Sumopaint alternative
Peter.Freeman might like to know that Sumopaint is another excellent online photo image editor which does have an edge-detect filter. I find it as good, if not better, than Pixlr.
2011-07-31 11:59:08.027 wrote:
Two Times Used Two Times Crashed
Found it fun to play with but half way through the two times I was editing an image the website stopped responding. I lost the work I had done and had to start again.After the second time I got frustrated with my wasted time and gave up. It is extremely easy to use however I have marked it down due to the crashing issue.
Selection Tool Disappointment
It's good but a significant let-down for me because I haven't been able to locate an edge-finder selection tool in Pixlr. The lassoo tool requires a line to be drawn manually. My hand is just not steady enough to trace around a person in a photograph this way.
Stunning but slow
Fantastic to use. The only downside is the net-lag because this is an online only product.
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