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Corel® PHOTO-PAINT™ X6 Give it a Try Series - New Smart Carver tool

The new version has finally arrived, and the team wanted to get you up and running on some of the new additions as quickly as possible. For the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing some info that will walk you through the key features and enhancements so you can give them a try!

 

New to Corel PHOTO-PAINT X6 is the Smart Carver tool that makes it easy to remove unwanted areas and adjust the photo’s aspect ratio. Give it a try:

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1.In Corel PHOTO-PAINT X6, open a photo that contains an area that you want to remove, and

click Image - Smart Carver.

 

2. In the Object removal area, click the Remove button.

 

3. In the preview window, paint over the image areas that you want to remove. For precise control, you can use the Nib size box to adjust the size of the brush nib.

 

4. In the Smart carving area, click the Autocontract horizontally or the Autocontract vertically button to scale the image and simultaneously remove the area covered by the red overlay.

 

5. Click OK.
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The CorelDRAW Team.


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Posted Thu, Mar 22 2012 9:00 by cbrosius
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lilbaron wrote re: Corel® PHOTO-PAINT™ X6 Give it a Try Series - New Smart Carver tool
on Mon, Mar 26 2012 9:33

i want to edit photo

Mike Ver Duin wrote re: Corel® PHOTO-PAINT™ X6 Give it a Try Series - New Smart Carver tool
on Thu, Mar 29 2012 11:00

Not having x6 yet(waiting for the box) and for those who haven't bought it yet, it would be cool to have a video of exactly what you are talking about here so we could all be excited.

John Falsetto wrote re: Corel® PHOTO-PAINT™ X6 Give it a Try Series - New Smart Carver tool
on Thu, Mar 29 2012 13:30

Hi Mike, you can see the Smart Carver in action in one of our training videos on our youtube channel. It's around the 7 minute mark of the first What's New video at www.youtube.com/watch

Thanks,

John

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