MAGIX Xtreme Photo & Graphic Designer 5-Our Price: FREE

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  1. zmechys

    zmechys Registered Member

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    You know, I looked at that a while back- I love photo software. It's a big program (around 300MB, I believe), but seems to get great ratings. I went with Paint.net instead, even though it's not exactly the same type of program (I think Magix is much more expansive). Did you download it, and how do you like it?
     
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    No, I'm using the programs that came with Canon Rebel T4i EOS.
    For "fast & easy", - MS Office 2010.
     
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    I've downloaded this and my initial impression is that it's a very expansive application.It is the trimmed-down "silver" version,but nevertheless there's a plethora of features,well worth grabbing for £0.
     
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    It's the successor (of the successor, etc) of Xara X, Xara Xtreme and Photo & Graphic Designer.
    The current owner bought Xara several years ago, as far as I remember.
    I had some Xara programs from Xara many years ago, and had great fun with Xara 3D :)
     
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    I used this to design a DVD cover last night and found it very intuitive to use,definitely a keeper for me.
     
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