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Arcsoft PhotoStudio

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August 09, 2011    
 
3.8 (1)
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Windows

Arcsoft Photostudio is a Photo Editing Software for Windows created by Publisher Arcsoft, Inc.

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Average user rating from: 1 user(s)

Overall rating 
 
3.8
Effectiveness 
 
3.0  (1)
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3.0  (1)
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5.0  (1)
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4.0  (1)
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I was given this software as a gift, otherwise I would have tried to return it. Arcsoft does the basics, don't get me wrong... you can touch up your photos, get rid of red eye, crop and resize pretty decently. If you want to get creative, however, this isn't the program for you. It does come with several filters but unfortunately they don't work very well and the results are so-so, at best. If you've never edited photos before, it may be right up your alley as it is really easy to use and doesn't take much time to get used to. If you've used other editors or have become experienced, you won't be happy with Arcsoft. Since there are several free editors that can do the same thing, I'd pass on this unless you're brand new and need easy.
Overall rating 
 
3.8
Effectiveness 
 
3.0
Features 
 
3.0
Support 
 
5.0
Usability 
 
4.0
Reviewed by ellenj December 02, 2011
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Very basic and not really worth the price to me

I was given this software as a gift, otherwise I would have tried to return it. Arcsoft does the basics, don't get me wrong... you can touch up your photos, get rid of red eye, crop and resize pretty decently. If you want to get creative, however, this isn't the program for you. It does come with several filters but unfortunately they don't work very well and the results are so-so, at best. If you've never edited photos before, it may be right up your alley as it is really easy to use and doesn't take much time to get used to. If you've used other editors or have become experienced, you won't be happy with Arcsoft. Since there are several free editors that can do the same thing, I'd pass on this unless you're brand new and need easy.

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