Subject: Re: Windows freeware to lock in a 3: or 4:3 aspect ratio for cropping
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Mayayana<email@example.com> wrote:
> | >Otherwise Adobe CC, and some third party plug-ins cover my photo editing
> | >needs.
> | I have the situation where Corel Photo Paint (CPT) images cannot be
> | read by Corel Paint Shop Pro (PSPImage) or by Photoshop.
> | I know of no software which can read them all.
> SD is living in a contained environment of
> Mac and Adobe, so it's not surprising that he
> "has all he needs".
more ignorant rubbish.
> Another factor there: You're talking about their
> default formats. Those are not file formats but
> rather storage formats.
that's what a file format *is*.
> They store data about
> unmerged layers and such. It's basically a
> "workspace" file, storing the current state of the
> work. Generally if you're taking an image out of
> a specific editor, wouldn't you want to export it
> as some kind of actual image format, like BMP/TIF
> /JPG/PNG etc, rather than as a work project?
those are also file formats.