Mini Review of CS4


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theRBK

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guys, if you haven't already done so, its time to invest in a graphics card with at least 128MB of RAM (preferably more)... :)
 

lennyl

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read it here

guys, if you haven't already done so, its time to invest in a graphics card with at least 128MB of RAM (preferably more)... :)
It'll be interesting to see benchmarks for some cards, and to know what operations benefit more from GPU acceleration. That would influence my purchasing decision way more than how many fps I can run Crysis.
 

firestone

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Only talking abt features, have not test-run.

I really do like the canvas rotation bit but got to test run see how it handles numerous layers,etc.

I tink the 'on image controls' esp. for curves is pretty cool.
Can be done all along but now just another way and probably easier.

Some videos
http://www.photoshopuser.com/cs4/index.html
 

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Zichar

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It'll be interesting to see benchmarks for some cards, and to know what operations benefit more from GPU acceleration. That would influence my purchasing decision way more than how many fps I can run Crysis.
Heh it's another reason to upgrade - now it helps both gaming and photography!
 

lennyl

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Heh it's another reason to upgrade - now it helps both gaming and photography!
"Honey, it's for the photo processing, really!"

I wish they'd found more use for the GPU though. Having Lightroom take advantage of it for RAW decoding would be fantastic.
 

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