Gerry Pasternack

Lives in United States (Western), NC, United States
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Joined on Mar 19, 2001

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  • I've been a user of On1 (stand-alone and PS plug-in) since vers 8,  Now using 10.5 which generally works fine -- except for some annoying bugs that have never been fixed. Of late, On1 Support is ...
  • Created discussion thread Question for On1 Users
    Unable to get On1 Support to respond to my question so perhaps you know the answer: Recently upgraded my graphics from on-chip (Intel 4000) to a graphics card (GTX 950). Will On1 recognize the ...
  • Created discussion thread Question for On1 Users
    Unable to get On1 Support to respond to my question so perhaps you know the answer: Recently upgraded my graphics from on-chip (Intel 4000) to a graphics card (GTX 950).  Will On1 recognize the ...
  • Replied in Focus Stacking
    Thanks Looking for a stand-alone product that does not require PS.
  • Created question thread Focus Stacking
    Anyone know of some good (free) software for focus stacking ?
  • I'm a big fan of On1,  Glad to hear of improvements in 10.5; I'll take a look. Before too much applause, still several bugs and missing features that need to be addressed .  Nothing serious -- just ...
  • Thanks Just to be clear, I don't see much of a performance problem with PS CS6 for most editing tasks. .  My concern comes when using plug-ins like On1 and Topaz.  For multiple (large size) layers, ...
  • I'm on W7-64 with an i5-370 and 16 GB RAM. PS (and other editing tools) run from an SSD (C drive) with secondary storage (E drive) from a fast HD. I've been using on-chip Intel 400 for graphics. GE ...
  • Getting ready to upgrade the video card in my Windows 7 PC. I'm currently using PS-CS6 and a variety of plug-ins (ACR, Nik, Topaz, On1). Wondering if there is a graphics-intensive editing routine ...
  • I'm on W7-64 with an i5-370 and 16 GB RAM.  PS (and other editing tools) runs from an SSD (C drive) with secondary storage (E drive)  from a fast HD. I've been using on-chip Intel 400 for ...
  • Created discussion thread Graphics-intensive Photo Editing
    Getting ready to upgrade the video card in my Windows 7 PC. I'm currently using PS-CS6 and a variety of plug-ins (ACR, Nik, Topaz, On1). Wondering if there is a graphics-intensive editing routine ...
  • Sam:   For what it's worth, I think you are absolutely correct. A company that advertises "support" should know the answer to your question, or admit that they do not.  It should not be your job to ...
  • In my experience, tech answers from On1 will be fairly superficial, and a long time in coming.  Most answers (if you receive any at all) will be boilerplate.
  • Created discussion thread On1-10.5 Upgrade
    Advertising for On1-10.5 indicates that this upgrade needs to be purchased. However, Release Notes implies that 10.5 is a free upgrade for On1-10 owners. Is this correct ?  Anyone upgraded yet?  ...
  • Let me see if I understand the impact of this On1 Fall release Right now I review thumbs based on RAWs in On1-Browse.  I transfer selected image to PSCS6, and then to ACR which does the RAW ...
  • CS6 not PS6 ! Before I discovered that flattening the layers would solve my problem, I simply selected the transparency pixels of the canvas (by selecting the Inverse of the Image) and used the ...
  • Since you are using PS, seems easiest to do this using the "Image Size" and "Canvas Size" controls under the "Image" menu.  Perhaps someone has already mentioned this. First open the Image Size ...
  • After taking a coffee break and playing with PS a bit I learned that I had forgotten to flatten the image before trying to extend the canvas.  All seems OK after correcting this dumb oversight. Sor ...
  • Created discussion thread PS6 Annoyance
    Recently used PS6 "Canvas Size" to extend the canvas size for a jpeg image.  Found that the menu's color option for the canvas was grayed out and the result was a non-color transparent-pixel ...
  • Lots of stitching programs out there. Try Microsoft Image Composite Editor (ICE) from Microsoft Research. http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/groups/ivm/ICE/ A truly amazing stitching ...
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