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Paint Shop Pro X3
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Paint Shop Pro X3-

Hand down the best, most advanced all purpose imaging program a satellite imager should have in their arsenal.

Photoshop just doesn't compare.

Of course there are more powerful satellite data specific programs out there.

but this is what I use to 'fix' their products

lol

PS, I've been using Paintshop pro ever since it was Jasc paintshop proII

Nothing beats they're enhancement and resize functions or feature ease of use.

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#2
I have PSP 9. But most often I use my older PSP 5, less
functionality but ever so quick to boot up and do run-
-of-the-mill things. PSP 9 is supposed to read jp2's but
never does the large ones. Always gives me an error message
half way through trying to open such a file. So I have to
revert to Irfan View. Photoshop plugin doesn't work with
jp2's either.

However, once you get to know where the various tools are
placed, PSP is indeed easy to use.

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#3
Maybe time to go from XI to the latest when I can aford it :uni:
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one good thing about it is that it works very much like pspXI, only a lot quicker.

Haven't tried opening jp2s like HiRise, but those are jpip's although they say they're jp2s, which is probably why psp or photoshop won't open them.

I haven't really thought of a way around that, mainly because it is so easy to print screen or import/capture regions of interest right off IAS
I'm thinking surely there's a format at PDS that can be opened whole.
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#5
Oh!, too cool!
I just noticed a feature in pspX3 that could have saved me a LOT of trouble in the past.

Seems it creates an autopreserve file copy of every image you're working on.

There would have been no July 24 IOTD controversy if I had this feature back in the day.

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#6
I was thinking of trying using a script to do what ISIS does with images drawn from a database based on the TAB information.

I NEED a new 'flat background' image for the CAAIM to expand to the new MSL landing zone that has gotten tracktion within NASA/JPL et al to land it NW of Cydonia. I tried a search of Themis Vis for 30 lat to 50 lat and 320 long to 360 long to include the possible MSL landing Zone and extend through ALL of Cydonia (2,206 RDRs Peace :uni:
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#7
I'm thinking for less than spectra extraction, ISIS AND Envi have a lot to learn from PSP.
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#8
Quote:I'm thinking for less than spectra extraction, ISIS AND Envi have a lot to learn from PSP.

I agree. There is NOTHING like a 'simple common sense menu system' that is intuitive. ISIS must run on a Linux based OS which mean partitioning drives and multiple boot issues with updates etc I had issues with...I solved the problem by dedicating one entire drive to Suse which solved Windows and Suse update issues...but unless one had the SPECIFIC 'dos-like' steps to process one, and multiple (with script) images from the RDRs was impossible without the great help I got from the ISIS Forum Group. Each data set required different commond sequences. Same basic 'procedure' needs doing, just the language commands changed.

Envi I find un-intuitive, mostly I attribute that from lack of time to use and immerse myself into it, My bad on that Hmm2 :uni:
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#9
X3 has some weird-stoopid-weird crashes....  :hrm:
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#10
You using an updated direct from Corel version?

Mine used to crash once in a while but stopped when they updated a version or two ago

The current version is 13.2.1.20
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#11
Yes same version.
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#12
try reinstalling it.
you might have to get ZAPPS and run it first (find on google) if PSIkey (Corel anti-theft widget) won't allow you to reinstall
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#13
Mango

Corel today announced the release of Corel® PaintShop™ Pro X4 the latest version of its award-winning photo editing software. The trusted choice of millions of photographers worldwide, PaintShop™ Pro delivers 'DSLR' power at a 'point-and-shoot' price while offering an uncompromising depth and selection of pro-quality tools to expertly manage, adjust, edit and share your entire photo collection.

New Release Delivers Faster Performance, More Photo Editing Power and Exciting New Creative Effects

PaintShop Pro X4 includes over 75 new and enhanced features designed explicitly to meet the needs of today's photographers. With new photo editing features, dramatic improvements in speed and performance, enhancements to the user interface and convenient ways to share through social media, PaintShop Pro X4 delivers the depth of professional features and range of creative possibilities that our community was asking for at a lower price point than other professional editing software.
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#14
From the points you mentioned it seems that Corel® PaintShop™ Pro X4 is an amazing photo editing software...Will definitely download it as soon as possible..
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