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    Hazard
    Hazard  101192 forum posts United Kingdom
    26 Dec 2005 - 6:46 AM

    What is the image ready programme for that comes with Photo-shop cs, I don't understand what you can do with it that you can't do with CS ?
    Any Ideas ?
    Thanks in advance
    Haz

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    klewis
    klewis  91870 forum posts United Kingdom1 Constructive Critique Points
    26 Dec 2005 - 7:27 AM

    primary use is for sizing files for web use. Like you say nothing you can't do in PS but it does give you some wizards to play with if you need the support

    Hazard
    Hazard  101192 forum posts United Kingdom
    26 Dec 2005 - 7:43 AM

    cheers

    ksh
    ksh  9467 forum posts
    26 Dec 2005 - 7:49 AM

    You can create animations with it

    mdpontin
    mdpontin  96016 forum posts Scotland
    26 Dec 2005 - 7:56 AM

    I think it's primarily for creating web graphics, including animations and rollovers, which would mean it's targeting roughly the same area as Macromedia Fireworks, although Fireworks is IMO the better tool.

    I don't have CS2, but I believe Image Ready is no longer part of the Adobe Creative Suite - it was in CS but not in CS2, as far as I know. Given that Adobe have bought Macromedia, that would make sense if Fireworks and Image Ready were competing products.

    Doug

    nikon
    nikon e2 Member 1099 forum postsnikon vcard England
    26 Dec 2005 - 8:50 AM

    I have C/S 2 version 9 which still came with Image Ready attached, though I have not had much need for it as yet.

    Dave

    Centurion
    Centurion  91243 forum posts England
    26 Dec 2005 - 9:04 AM

    As doug said, its primary use is for creating web graphics and illustrative art. I could never really understand this mind as Adobe Illustrator CS is a far more powerful tool.

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