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    Default silkypix (trial) vs studio HF

    is there a difference between the full version and trail version for silkypix engine? it doesnt seems to give me the "punch" as compared with studio HF.

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    Default Re: silkypix (trial) vs studio HF

    No difference if you run the full trial version ie with the trial registration code keyed in.
    The colours can be just as punchy if not more if you choose the appropriate colour modes.
    I like Silkypix so much that I am now using it almost full time.

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    Default Re: silkypix (trial) vs studio HF

    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat
    appropriate colour modes.
    thanks for the clarification. how do you do the appropriate colour modes thingy? need full version?

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    Default Re: silkypix (trial) vs studio HF

    In the full trial version, when you select the Colour menu on the top left, more colour options are made available eg. sRGB/Adobe RGB, and Colour modes like Memory Colours, Portrait 1 & 2, etc. Some of these are more punchy than Oly colours, maybe even too punchy but at least one of them would be suitable for any particular photo. This is not available in the free trial version.

    Also, the built-in Silkypix colour profiles for Olympus DSLRs is quite good most of the time (but not all of the time). So you should check out the built-in Oly profile to see if the colours obtained are better than as the As Shot colours.
    Last edited by tomcat; 27th December 2005 at 11:22 AM.

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    Default Re: silkypix (trial) vs studio HF

    thanks. i will go and explore the profile for studio.

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