04: Corel PhotoImpact X3: Quick Command

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04: Corel PhotoImpact X3: Quick Command

Post by sjj1805 » Thu Jul 24, 2008 5:29 pm

Quick Command can record your editing of one task. After finishing recording, you could apply recorded steps on lots of pictures, like blog’s pictures.

a) Open a photo. Click ‘Standard Selection Tool’ to drag out selected area.
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b) Click ‘Quick Command Panel’ > Task.
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c) Create a new task. Give a task name> Record
The task is recording. You can click on ‘Stop’ whenever you want to stop or pause the recording.
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d) The following editing is suitable for blog’s photos editing.
Click on ‘Crop the base image around a selection’.
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e) Adjust> Resize. We also can see the Quick Command has recorded my steps.
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f) Set the Width as 630 Pixels; Resolution as 72 Pixels for blog’s photo.
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g) Click on ‘Layer Manager’.
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h) Right-click on Base Image> Duplicate
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i) Change the Merge mode as Overlay to enhance picture color.
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j) Set the Transparency as 50 for more colorful photos.
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k) Edit> Duplicate> Base Image with Objects> Close original photo. To duplicate one base image for protecting original photo.
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l) Stop recording. We’ve finished one task.
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m) Apply the task. Open another photo> Drag out selected area.
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n) Click on Play.
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o) Done!
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system_drive: C
32bit or 64bit: 64 Bit
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ram: 8 GB
video card: NVIDIA GeForce GT 705
sound card: P40D100-4 NVIDIA High Definition Audio
Hard_Drive_Capacity: 8 TB
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Post by sjj1805 » Thu Jul 24, 2008 6:25 pm

mon petit

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