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Old Mar 30, 2010, 3:20 PM   #1
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I received an e-mail yesterday that the beta is coming out April 12'th.

I have fun with CS4, I cant imagine what CS5 will bring

here is a preview of what is to come

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NH0aEp1oDOI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgKjs8ZjQNg

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I'll be interested to see what computer power it will need. CS3 is already a slug on my machine. More features means more RAM, chip, video RAM, etc. The content aware fill, however, looks amazing. Check it out here on Steve's Digicams. This feature could save me a lot of work and be far more accurate. I am not, however, going to buy a new computer to use it.
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It will be MIND BLOWING no doubt, i think my vaio will be able to handle it, its my wallet im worried about.
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Can't wait for CS5... does anybody know the approx. release date?
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beta is in april so you can expect it out by mid summer if all goes well. But with Aperture 3 out, they really needed to push a mac version out quickly also.
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Im guessing june-ish?
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Thanks guys
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I'll be interested to see what computer power it will need. CS3 is already a slug on my machine. More features means more RAM, chip, video RAM, etc. The content aware fill, however, looks amazing. Check it out here on Steve's Digicams. This feature could save me a lot of work and be far more accurate. I am not, however, going to buy a new computer to use it.
CS4 runs fairly well here. I've got an E8500 (3GHz, Core 2 Duo) w/ 8GB of 1066 DDR2. I'd like a quad or better but just haven't been able to justify the price of an upgrade just yet. If I overclock my C2D a bit, I can easily match a quad's performance.
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Does CS3,4, or 5 make use of a quad core or dual core? I'm not aware of any software that actually uses multiple cores simultaneously and I'd be curious to find out more about that. The benefit of the additional cores has to do with multi-tasking unless the software can make use of more than one core at a time. At least as far as I know.

On that topic, does CS run on a 64 bit system without the emulator?
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I received an e-mail yesterday that the beta is coming out April 12'th.

I have fun with CS4, I cant imagine what CS5 will bring

here is a preview of what is to come

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NH0aEp1oDOI

Yep, that's a neat video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NH0aEp1oDOI


Now, watch this demo of the Gimp (free) using a Resynthesizer Plugin (also free) that's been out for 5 years now.

http://vimeo.com/10532622?hd=1

I had no idea that filter was available for it until watching the video.
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