Genuine Fractals

  MFL 11:02 22 Aug 04

I recently came across an old cover disk (from another magazine)which had a trial version of Genuine Fractals PrintPro 3.0. This promises to enlarge digital images up to 750% with no loss of quality.
Turns out that this is a plug-in for Photoshop. Whilst I dont usually use Photoshop I do have Photoshop Elements 2 installed on my PC.
When I run Genuine Fractals it automatically opens Photoshop Elements 2.
However when I try to save the image it does not give me the option of saving in the Genuine Fractal format.
Might this be because Photoshop Elements 2 does not support the plug in. If so is there a version of Photoshop that does available on a recent PC advisor cover disk or elsewhere.
Anyone got any experience of Genuine Fractals generally.

  spuds 13:10 22 Aug 04

Perhaps this may help [pdf user guide] click here

Amazon have the latest LE version for about £35.00 inc free delivery.

  MFL 18:45 24 Aug 04

Thanks for that Spuds.

Couldn't see anything to help me though, other than an indication that it is compatible with Photoshop Elements.

Really would like to try it out before splashing out for the full version!

  Simon_P 01:06 25 Aug 04

You can download a demo here v3.5 about 3 meg

Works with
PS elements
and PSP8
click here

It is a great plugin and does what they say

On screen it doesnt look anything special, you only see the benefit in print

Plenty of info on the site

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