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PhotoDeluxe was a consumer-oriented image editing software line published by Adobe Systems until July 8, 2002. At that time it was replaced by Adobe's newly launched consumer oriented image editing software, Photoshop Elements. Technical support is no longer provided by Adobe for the PhotoDeluxe software line.
PhotoDeluxe had a range of image processing capabilities for the home photographer and image handler. These included removing red-eye, cropping, and adjusting brightness, contrast, and sharpness. It also included software to extract pictures from an image scanner. Among the functionality included was the ability to dynamically resize photos and export them in a wide range of formats. It also had a range of printing options including printing multiple copies of an image on the same page. It was often bundled free with Epson scanners or as free software with new computers.
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