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Sep 7, 2005

AKVIS Chameleon v.3.0: 16 bits/Channel

Chameleon v.3.0 Image Combination Software

AKVIS announces Chameleon v.3.0, an efficient tool for automatic adjustment of inserted objects to the target image color range and smoothing of the object’s border. Chameleon V.3 supports 16 bits per channel and allows processing images in color modes RGB, CMYK, Lab and Grayscale.

The users who tried the previous version of the plug-in and have their version expired, now have the opportunity to test the software again. Registered users can upgrade Chameleon to V.3.0 for free. Just download software and install it.

The tool is very easy to handle as it does not require precise selection of objects. You copy an object, insert it into another picture, press the button and the object adjusts to the new background as chameleons do – adapting to the new color range and blending with the environment.

The tool can be useful for several purposes:to insert new objects in a picture, but with much more flexibility and ease than with conventional tools (collage creation) to conceal undesirable artifacts by replacing them with nearby parts of the image (similar to the clone tool).

Note! The software does not have an interface. It is found in the Effects list of your photo editor and is applied as an effect or filter.

AKVIS Chameleon is a plug-in.

It works under image processing programs that support plugins. It is compatible with Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Jasc Paint Shop Pro, Ulead PhotoImpact, etc.

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