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imageSynth 2.0

Create seamless tiled images up to 10 times faster.


Last Week downloads: 2
Total downloads: 749
  • Last Updated: Jun 25, 2009
  • License: Shareware $99.00
  • OS: Windows Vista/XP
  • Requirements: For Photoshop CS3 or higher

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3 out of 5 based on 1 ratings for imageSynth 2.0

For imageSynth 2.0Publisher's description


imageSynth is a Office Tools software developed by Luxology LLC. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for imageSynth:

EditByBSEditor: imageSynth 2 is an advanced technology that allows you to create seamless textures and high-resolution tiled images from low resolution sources. It’s the ultimate organic pattern making tool for creating infinitely tileable images — a “must have” for every artist’s digital tool box.

imageSynth is ideal for:
Photoshop Users
Game Designers
Character Animators
Architectural and Mechanical Visualizer
Advertisers and Print CGI Professionals
Industrial Designers
Graphic Artists

imageSynth 2 Key Features:
Runs as a plug-in to Adobe Photoshop CS3 or CS4
Also can run as a standalone program
Up to 10x faster than imageSynth 1
Supports dual core machines
Improved memory management to handle larger scenes
Accepts one or multiple seed images
imageSynth not limited to working with (just) naturally noisy images like rocks or concrete
Output of imageSynth is a new tiling image of specified resolution
Synthesize new images from a number of image sub-regions or "chunks"
Chunks can be rectangular or lasso style areas of particular Interest
Each chunk can contribute to new image based on its own user-defined percentage
Pre-filtering option to smooth image source
Chunks or entire images can be automatically synthesized into new image
Runs on PC and Mac
you can free download imageSynth 2.0 now.


Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for imageSynth,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with imageSynth.