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#1 Hamzakt

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Posted 02 July 2020 - 09:44 AM

Happy 4th of July to all 

 

We are having a 15% OFF PRISM lite, Professional and advanced for a couple of days. Please use code: HAPPY-4TH-OF-JULY

 

https://hyperion-ast...llections/prism

 

Stay safe out there and happy independence day to all



#2 drd715

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Posted 02 July 2020 - 11:05 AM

Interesting software, but description of the different versions is not so clear. Also price jump over 2 times from lite to pro the only $1C to most advanced version. - No real description of the extras in each level. Will have to view one of the tutorial videos, maybe that will explain a few things.

Not seeing much hype from users

Maybe somewhere there is a comparison between the major programs such as ShapeCap, APP and the others with Pixel as to whether this is useful. Picking software is such a pain (in any subject) as the only way to find what is the best (or even if there is a best) is to invest much time learning each program separately to find out which one is better. And then what do you compare for parameters, user interface or more and better processing options or clearly better results.

Nice to have powerful options for processing, but in one of the programs on the market the list of processes is so extensive and often conflict in what they have done to the image that using that program can be stressful, but sometimes it does the better final image. PinA.

So far nothing I have found is perfect, but some features in different products stand out as better processes or easier to use.

I see I'm rambling on. One day I may pick a winner, - probably not.


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