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    Need to find a simple, freeware Image-alteration-software

    I'm a retard concerning computers and software, so I haven't been able to post propperly for nearly a month , since the programm I used to use, to crop, resize, rotate (and so on...) the pictures, got deleted.

    Any of you guys knows of a nice, simple, yet effectife, free programm to help me out with?



    thx in advance


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    Picasa from Google is super basic, but might be all you need, and you can't get any freer than free.


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    There is always a free 30 day trial of photoshop CS2, from adobe's website.

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    Thanks Elwell.
    Tried it out and it seems like a real nice programm to me, but unfortunatelly I can't seem to be able to resize picture to the exact size I want it to. 580x450, for example....

    Interceptor. -I am looking for a programm, that I could use for a couple more month till I get an own Pc... (Photoshop could do, but it's too complicated and runs slow on the Pc I've got here....) thx anyway

    so.....any other ideas?
    please


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    artweaver... it's free... very similar to Painter...

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    Thanks glikster. Artweaver seems to be all right. Similar to Open canvas, I've tried out bevore (was too complicated for me (turns red)). But I think I'll manage to get the hang of Artweaver.....
    thx again

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    gimp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ah.heng
    gimp?
    Not exactly simple


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    But if he can manage it, it'll work fine for what he wants.

    Assuming you have Windows XP, Just download and install:

    GTK and then GIMP

    To resize an image just open the file and then Image -> Scale Image then Save As.

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    Problem solved,
    am using Picasa first, to work some on the photos, and afterwards resize it in Artweaver.

    Thanks a lot for the help.


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    Ifran view: simple fast free and it let you resize to the size you want.

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    Mamoth, it would be http://www.irfanview.com/ I'm afraid you inverted some letters. But it's cool, I use it all the time, and you can batch files too.

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    Thanks a lot for pointing out that programm Mamoth and qitsune.
    Will definatelly give it a try (as soon as I'll have some updates to post again )



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