Version 12 offers the new Passe-Partout frame, the Presets panel with ready-to-use AKVIS frame presets, the improved Halftone effect, and some bug fixes.
AKVIS ArtSuite is a photo decoration software that allows you to add effects or frames to your photos. The effects are divided into two categories: Edge Effects and Artistic Effects. The program offers a rich library of patterns and textures for generating picture frames ranging from sophisticated classic frames to fresh, contemporary designs - strokes, scratches, squares, page curls, and many others. Among available artistic effects there are Channel Mixer, Glamour, Two Keys, Halftone Effect, etc.
Version 12 offers the new Passe-Partout frame that opens up a lot of design possibilities and helps catch the viewer's eye to direct it to the motif.
The Halftone effect has been improved and now provides better performance on large-scale images.
When applying a frame effect, you now can select the presets directly from the Presets panel. Also, there is a number of built-in AKVIS presets for each frame type.
The new version provides more customization options by adding the new Gray interface color.
Also, support for new RAW files for the standalone version has been added and some bugs have been fixed.
Download AKVIS ArtSuite 12. The trial version is free and fully functional for 10 days.
The software runs on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10; and on Mac OS X 10.7-10.11 and macOS 10.12. The product is available as a standalone application and as a plugin to photo editors: AliveColors by AKVIS, Adobe Photoshop, and others.
AKVIS ArtSuite 12 Home sells for $39, Deluxe for $49, Business for $72. One license key allows activating and using the software on two computers.
It is a free upgrade for recent buyers as well for those who bought 1 Year of Updates during the last 12 months! Users, whose license is not valid for the new version, can get ArtSuite 12 for only $14.95.
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