What other software supports Abobe plugins?

Started May 7, 2013 | Questions thread
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Re: Corel hadles PSD? That's a key factor!
In reply to dwa1, May 9, 2013

dwa1 wrote:

mikes wrote:

I am curious......

You say Corel is not a replacement for CS???? Corel may surprise you! I dumped Adobe years ago because Corel had WAY more power. Is a true 16bit editor, not like PS! Handles all the plugins (that I use) Handles PSD files, as well as AI! Handles more supported file types, works with more pages simultaneously, is way cheaper, and when you get into Technical software, where does Adobe stand here, it doesn't.

However, the questions is, is there a real alternative for the creative suite. I also need indesign and Illustrator. Corel is not a full replacement for that.

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Only when you can criticize yourself, should you criticize others. Mikes.

If Corel's software can read, edit and save PSD files, to me that's a key factor in deciding on my CS5 replacement - that and the fact that Corel can use Topaz DeNoise plug-in.

Good info. If only CNX2 would work with plug-ins.

Wayne

So can photoline. It also runs all photoshop plug-ins perfectly.

It's stable Corel software is not very well know for their stable products, unfortunately.

Yes, i have tested this myself.

For just photo editing there is plenty of choise.

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