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Thread: Perfect Resize OR Blow up OR Photozoom which one is best?

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    Perfect Resize OR Blow up OR Photozoom which one is best?

    Hi all

    Need a expert advice for Image Enlargement software...

    Which is best?
    Onone's Perfect Resize
    OR
    Alienskin's Blow up
    OR
    BenVista's Photozoom

    which one is best?

    thnx

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    We have tested all three products thoroughly and Onone's software gave us the best results compared to the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrasJ View Post
    We have tested all three products thoroughly and Onone's software gave us the best results compared to the others.
    Do you have screenshots of tested images ( both-before enlargement and after enlargement) if has, pls post it.
    thnx

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    Quote Originally Posted by ask4sanjay View Post
    Do you have screenshots of tested images ( both-before enlargement and after enlargement) if has, pls post it.
    thnx
    yeah just upload the screenshots buddy!

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    Junior Member AndrasJ is on a distinguished road
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    Sorry lads. We did not keep test result. It was more than a year ago.

    We had to blow up images (A5, A4 size) to A2-A0 size. Playboy magazine sometimes very keen to quality and only Onone's gave them satisfactory result.

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    We prefer Alien Skin's BlowUp -- it seems to offer the least artifacts for when we have to blow up photos and vector artwork. We use it in full print production daily and rarely get any complaints.

    Honestly, you're better off finding a good vectorize plug-in if you're trying to blow up rasterized vectors, though.

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    None of them. Read an article about large format printing and ppi on inkjet printers, and the best result comes from photos not scaled up...

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    Perfect Resize is the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgpp View Post
    None of them. Read an article about large format printing and ppi on inkjet printers, and the best result comes from photos not scaled up...
    That's a pretty general statement to make. There's loads of applications besides large format printing where image enlargements benefit from improvements. Enlarging line art, for example, keeps it nice & crisp. Fonts as well.

    And yes, I tried them as well and Perfect Resize is probably the best at guessing how it would look enlarged.

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    Damn didn't know that perfect resize was so good

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    Quote Originally Posted by javers View Post
    I think, whatever software you are using the result will be a little better than Photoshop. Photoshop is now very powerful.
    If you test all three products and compare them to Photoshop you wouldn't make statement like above! No hard feelings at all.

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    Thumbs up OnOne's Perfect Resize

    I also tried OnOne's Perfect Resize helps a lot to in resizing photo.

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    By the way, if anyone wants Perfect Resize 7 Professional Edition for PC, here it is:

    [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?ldus8q2vw1rnoth"]http://www.mediafire.com/?ldus8q2vw1rnoth[/URL]

    Comes with crack. Be sure to NOT update it after installation.

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    In the Past i was using Genuine Fractals Print Pro for Resizing with good Results.

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    At my office we have used Perfect Resize and have been very happy with it.

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