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Filter Forge 8.0 Pro Win !!BETTER!!

Filter Forge is a powerful Photoshop plugin and a stand-alone desktop application for Windows and Mac OS X that allows photographers, web designers, 3D modelers and other computer artists to apply over 6100 ready-to-use visual effects to their images, generate over 6400 of unique procedural textures, and create their own filters. There are 3 key features that make Filter Forge stand out among similar tools:

Filter Forge 8.0 Pro Win

The new backup and restore function will be invaluable for users who need to move their Filter Forge installation to another computer or restore the system after a crash. The backup tool packs all filters and program settings into a single archive file which can be restored on another computer or operating system, or a later Filter Forge version.

Backup and Restore Your Filters and SettingsFilter Forge 8 adds a built-in tool to back up installed filters, presets, favorites and other settings to a single file, to be restored later onto another computer or operating system, or a newer Filter Forge version.

Mastery is an art of reusing previous experience. Experienced filter designers often find themselves repeatedly recreating certain setups of components from filter to filter. Filter Forge 12 introduces a brand new way to store parts of the filter tree as separate snippets that can be easily reused, managed, and shared. Read more.

Applying a filter to multiple images is a frequent task in video production and photo editing. In previous Filter Forge versions you either had to do this manually, image by image; or use a non-intuitive command-line renderer. No more pain and suffering: Filter Forge 11 lets you process numbered sequences of same-size images in an intuitive way. This comes incredibly handy in video production where videos are often stored as image sequences. Read more.

For years Filter Forge has offered only a few built-in images used to preview effect filters. In version 11 we're adding dozens of new professional high-quality photos that will help showcase your effects in the best possible way. Read more.

Browsing through a vast list of filters, fine-tweaking their settings and comparing the results has never been a quick task. Selecting a different filter makes Filter Forge render the default preset which is usually optimized for quality, not speed. Well, no more: Draft Mode in Filter Forge 10 supercharges filter browsing and preview. Learn more.

Filter Forge 9 adds physically accurate texture maps that are fully compatible with Unity3D, Unreal and other 3D rendering engines. In contrast with old Surface filters that were not fully physically accurate, you can save new maps from Filter Forge and import them into your favorite engine right away without adjustments. You can also easily convert old filters to the new PBR Surface type. Learn more.

Filter Forge 9.0 introduces several other improvements, which include support for filter stacking in the plugin mode, a new Note component, and the ability to rename filters without entering the Filter Editor. Learn more.

Filter Forge 8 adds a built-in tool to back up installed filters, presets, favorites and other settings to a single file, to be restored later onto another computer or operating system, or a newer Filter Forge version. Learn more.

Every filter author must have stumbled into this: you create a filter and want to carefully select presets to showcase its usage, but arranging filter presets is pain. With Filter Forge 6 the pain is gone: you can now drag and drop presets to reorder them. Learn more.

Filter Forge 5.0 introduces much-requested enhancements to its randomization functions, including the ability to protect filter settings from randomization, the ability to quickly randomize specific parameters, and a simplified randomization settings menu. Learn more.

The new built-in filter manager helps you organize your filter collection. You can now create an unlimited number of custom folders for user-made filters and favorites. The filter manager also features new filter history and a rehauled filter search list. Learn more.

The grouping feature and the new Group component simplify creation of complex filters by letting filter authors "package" reusable parts of the filter tree into custom-made components with user-definable inputs and parameters. Learn more.

In Filter Forge 1.0 and 2.0, one could only use a single source image or a Photoshop layer at a time. Starting with version 3.0, Filter Forge allows you to use multiple source images simultaneously. This is implemented by allowing you to load images into Color Controls and the newly introduced Grayscale Controls via the filter interface. Learn more.

The new Edge Detector component performs edge detection, similar to certain existing filters in the filter library but faster and in a single shot. The component is highly adjustable and can output HDR colors. Learn more.

Filter Forge 3.0 includes several other improvements, which include hexadecimal color values in the Color Picker, HDR and alpha channel support for filter controls, high-precision Color Inspector, the ability to load recently-used images, a unified Bomber component and more. Learn more.

With these new components, you can now perform minimum, median, maximum and custom-percentile filtering. The Median and Percentile components are especially handy for creating a wide variety of artistic effects, thanks to their ability to simplify the source image by removing small details while preserving the edges. Learn more.

Filter Library is a free online repository of filters submitted by Filter Forge users. You can access the Library directly from the user interface of Filter Forge. Users who contribute good filters can earn rewards, including a free copy of Filter Forge.

Most filters in Filter Forge support seamless tiling, even for non-square textures. A simple one-click operation, Seamless Tiling works no matter whether you have downloaded the filter or created it yourself in Filter Editor. Learn more.

All filters in Filter Forge are generated procedurally and don't depend on external bitmaps; therefore, they are resolution-independent. You can render the same filter in any resolution without losing any detail. Learn more.

You can save the settings of any filter as a preset to recall them at any time. All filters included with Filter Forge come with factory presets that give you a glimpse of what a filter can do and provide a good starting point to explore the filter's settings. Learn more.

Filter Forge renders images based on input images and XML documents called "filters". A filter (not to be confused with a mathematical filter) is essentially a tree of successive generations and/or transformations of color and position. Types of generations include single colors, polygons, gradients, Perlin noise, variations of Worley noise, and patterns commonly found in masonry. Types of transformations include rotation, scaling, refraction, noise distortion, kaleidoscope patterns, blurs, edge detection, blending, a variety of color space manipulations, and switches. As of version 4.0xx, the program also implements floating point processing, particle arrays, recursive loops, bézier curves, and built-in Lua scripting. Filter Forge also includes rendering options such as anti-aliasing, bump maps and normal maps, environment mapping, ambient occlusion, seamless tiling, and a text-based batch renderer. Users can randomize or control specific parameters of each filter through sliders, color pickers, and checkboxes. Sets of parameter values can be saved as presets.

While it is possible to edit filters with any text editor, Filter Forge includes a visual node-based filter editor. In the editor window, components are placed on a workspace and connected to one another like blocks in a flowchart. Similar editors exist in other computer graphics applications such as Genetica,[2] DarkTree,[3] and Substance Designer.[4]

Filter Forge Inc. hosts a web-based library of thousands of user-submitted filters that can be previewed and downloaded online or using the program's built-in browser. It maintains this model by offering a time-limited demo and rewards to authors of highly used library filters. Renders of library filters are available to anyone for free, but the program is needed to modify the filters and their parameters.[5]

If you are running a Windows system, you might want to look at G'Mic. It's a free plug-in with many, many different effects available. It doesn't offer the flexibility that Filter Forge does (programming your own filters, for instance) but for a casual user it might be a good solution. And you can't beat the price.

Power users who cannot find an appropriate filter in the filter library will love the Filter Editor, a visual node-based tool for creating custom-tailored textures and effects. All of the filters are constructed by connecting components that represent basic operations. Any library filter can be opened in Filter Editor for examination and improvement.

Filter Forge 4 is a high-end plugin for Adobe Photoshop that gives you the power to create your own filters without any programming knowledge at all. Filters include seamless textures, visual effects, distortions, patterns, backgrounds, frames, and more.

The key features of Filter Forge include the editor and a free online library of user-created filters. You can access the library directly from the user interface of Filter Forge. Currently the library contains more than 10,000 filters.

4900 Creative Effects 5300 Amazing Textures 30,000 Variations with one preset Ability to create your own unique filters Most filters support seamless tilting, even for non-square textures


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