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Paint.NET 3.5

Por Rick Brewster  (Freeware)
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Paint.NET es una aplicación de manipulación de imágenes y fotos.

Cada funcionalidad y elemento de la interfaz del usuario se ha diseñado para ser altamente intuitiva y que se pueda aprender a utilizar de manera rápida y sin asistencia. De cara a gestionar múltiple imágenes de manera sencilla, Paint.NET utiliza una interfaz de documentos por pestañas. Las pestañas muestran un índice activo de imágenes en vez de una descripción de texto. Esto hace que la navegación sea muy sencilla y rápida.

Las capas, que normalmente solo se encuentran en aplicaciones profesionales costosas o complejas, forman la base para una inmejorable experiencia de composición de imágenes. Puedes verlas como un montón de diapositivas transparentes que, cuando se ven todas al mismo tiempo, forman una imagen.

Se han incluido muchos efectos especiales para mejorar y perfeccionar tus imágenes. También se incluye nuestro efecto de rotación y zoom en 3D que hace que sea muy sencillo el añadir perspectiva e inclinación.

También se incluyen ajustes que te ayudan a ajustar el brillo, contraste, tonalidad, saturación, curvas y niveles de una imagen. También puedes convertir una foto a otra en blanco y negro o en color sepia.

Título: Paint.NET 3.5
Nombre de fichero: Paint.NET.3.5.Install.exe
Tamaño de fichero: 4.80MB (5,029,568 bytes)
Requisitos: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Idiomas: Múltiples idiomas
Licencia: Freeware
Fecha añadida: 8 de noviembre de 2009
Autor: Rick Brewster
www.getpaint.net
Página de inicio: www.getpaint.net
MD5 Checksum: 488FB4BE6EF529C508355BCA409813DE

* New: Refreshed user interface with new icons and visual styling. On Windows 7 and Vista, it is enhanced for Aero and "glass".
* New effect: Blurs -> Surface Blur, by Ed Harvey
* New effect: Distort -> Dents, by Ed Harvey
* New effect: Distort -> Crystalize, by Ed Harvey
* New: Russian translation.
* Performance and memory usage have been extensively optimized throughout the entire program.
* .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 is now required, which has many built-in performance improvements.
* Disk space usage has been reduced by about 12MB by using NTFS compression on installation files related to staging (.MSI) and diagnostics (.PDB).
* Compression for .PDN images has been improved.
* Effect dialog responsiveness has been improved.
* Images open much faster, especially on single CPU systems.
* Startup performance on most systems will be better by about 20%.
* Memory usage has been reduced when more than one image is open.
* Rendering quality has been greatly improved when zoomed in.
* The selection outline is no longer animated. Instead of "dancing ants", a context-sensitive "XOR" stipple pattern is drawn. This has allowed for improved performance and lowered CPU consumption (and longer battery life).
* The font manager for the Text tool has been completely rewritten, which fixes many problems seen with crashes and missing fonts.
* On Windows XP, the Text tool has improved reliability and font selection (it uses GDI instead of GDI+).
* On Windows 7, the Text tool will use DirectWrite (instead of GDI) which gives better performance and greatly improved quality. On Windows Vista, you may install DirectX 11 to enable this feature; otherwise GDI will be used.
* The toolbar font list has improved usability, rendering quality, and significantly improved performance.
* The toolbar font list no longer requires an application restart to recognize newly installed fonts.
* When many fonts are installed, both memory usage and startup performance have been greatly improved.
* It is now drastically easier to move a very small selection.
* All installation prerequisites are now installed automatically, such as .NET and Windows Installer.
* Updates are now downloaded in the background, and installed after you exit the application. In previous versions, this was a foreground task and you could not use Paint.NET while the update was downloaded.
* Added a "Utilities" menu. Updates, Languages, and Plugin Errors have been moved there.
* Added a "Manage Fonts" command to the Utilities menu. This will launch the built-in Windows font control panel.
* Clicking the middle mouse button on an image thumbnail will now close the image.
* Improved the Unfocus effect.
* The DirectDraw Surface (.DDS) file type now allows you to select the resampling algorithm for auto-generated mip-maps.
* A processor that supports SSE is now required (almost all CPUs purchased this decade satisfy this).
* Fixed an issue with Gaussian Blur and its treatment of alpha values.
* Fixed a crash with the "Units" selector in the toolbar.
* Fixed a crash due to an overflow that prevented very large images from working (64-bit only).
* Fixed many other miscellaneous glitches and crashes.
* The Korean translation has been removed. Sadly, we were unable to find the resources to complete this.

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