Pictor

Pictor



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powerful and easy-to-use photo editor Pictor is a powerful and easy-to-use photo editor that offers the most common editing options as well as some unique features. You can resize and crop images, make color adjustments, rotate images, add image frames, add text or free pen drawings, view image histogram information and more. You can also perform partial edits by using an editing pen to adjust sharpness, add blur or mosaic effect and change brightness for a portion of the image.. In addition to standard image cropping, you can use advanced cropping to crop images by shape, text, selection, and more. Other features include circular text overlays, text transparency, color filling of regions, erasing parts of the image (by pen or selection), batch conversion and more. Pictor offers a good set of basic features with some advanced options for cropping and adding shapes or text. It falls short when it comes to the Undo capabilities. Although you can undo some of the basic operations, it is not possible to edit certain things (e.g. added text) once you you have applied the effect - which requires you to start over in order to make changes. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher FileFriend (4) Price Free
Version 1.11.0  history Last updated Jul 07, 2018
File Size 884 Kb Requirements None

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Not exactly portable 2 stars by LowStrung Jun 24, 2018 (Read all my 16 reviews)
Pictor is simple, fast and easy to use. It also includes some clever features. Now for the complaints: 1) Editing is very basic, so tools like Levels and Curves, etc. are missing. 2) As this site's editor stated, Undo is quite limited. I couldn't undo a cropping operation, for example, so it's a good thing I hadn't saved and replaced the original file while testing the program. 3) Pictor adds its own file type keys to the registry under HKCR as soon as you start it for the first time, for example: pictor.jpg, pictor.bmp, etc. These are also added to the OpenWithProgids subkeys. While this doesn't automatically change the original file associations, it's quite annoying to discover those keys after removing the program from the computer. I had to search and destroy quite a few of them. This is not consistent with the portability of an application. If you have only basic photo editing requirements, you might find Pictor sufficient, but I can't recommend the program for serious editing work. show Review details
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