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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by PeteB, Jul 31, 2009.
Watch & gawp....
That's come crazy voodoo s*** Is it really real? Astonishing
Looks so unreal that I might already have to start saving for the CS5 upgrade
Thats effing sweet!!!!
it is certainly real
you might be interested in following this blog: blogs.adobe.com/jnack
i saw vids of that tech demonstrated months ago
(it's a great blog)
Thats intense. Granted, you can already do most of that already if you know your way around, that is still pretty cool and streamlined.
Wow, so is this directly in CS5, or is it a plugin type deal?
wow i cant wait for this do some fooling around and make the friends go "what?"
Say hello to the future wow that is pretty impressive holy run on sentence!
See now those are 'features' I would like to see. Stuff that actually makes my job easier and faster!
Wow, that's some Star Trek stuff, right there.
Sorry for thread necromancy, but HOLY S***! Ok, so I'll be upgrading from CS3.
That is some next level technology!
I remember seeing a demo vid of the tech a few months ago that only focused on the ruined roman structure and repairing the damage, and that lone blew my mind...
The part at the beginning of this video with the image part replacement stuff is mind blowing!
I will have to make the upgrade, those tools will be so helpful for rearranging images for web banner use and optimization.
Wow, that blew my mind. I am soooo looking forward to this....
Impressive technology, I hope the results also look that good when not youtube-compressed.
But too bad Adobe will charge crazy prices for the update again. And when 10.7 comes out a few months after you bought CS5 for a four-digit sum, they will tell you that "it may work, but is unsupported" and you'll have to pay $$$ again for an upgrade to CS6.