Combine Pictures and Effects to Create Amazing Images!
|Updated||Jul 8th 2016|
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|Crack Size||35.4 MB|
Play With Pictures is a program with a pretty self-explanatory name - it allows you to perform a few editing operations on image files. It supports a few formats, including BMP, GIF, ICO, JPG and PNG.
The interface of the application is stylish and intuitive; you can get started by configuring the canvas settings when it comes to the background (image or color), size and rotation.
Importing pictures can be done with the help of either the file browser or 'drag and drop' function. Play With Pictures allows you to extract a person or object from the image, place the entire picture on the canvas or to use it as the background. The option can be set as default.
Several image editing tools let you adjust the transparency, coloring and tinting level. But you can also make the edges smoother and use a translucent background, as well as bring objects to the front or send them to the back.
Furthermore, you can add text and select the font style, color, alignment and transparency level, as well as insert speech bubbles and adjust its transparency, shape and color. Plus, you can zoom in and out, and fit the image on the screen.
The graphic editing program uses a moderate-to-high amount of system resources, has a good response time and includes tutorials for levels of any level of experience. We have not come across any issues during our evaluation; Play With Pictures Crack did not freeze, crash or pop up error dialogs. This program sets itself apart from similar software tools through its eye-catching interface.
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