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Some things it seems you can only do in P/Shop -- it can really help with DVD menus in some authoring programs, in fact DVDA makes it harder on you if you don't use it.

Unfortunately Adobe is going downhill... the DVD for CS4 doesn't even include a PDF manual, & there's no book included. Customer Svc is almost non-existent. CS4 installation problems are common enough that Adobe has set aside a section of their site just for that, & their forum search, where I eventually found an answer, is ridiculous -- filtering doesn't work correctly, so I had to wade thru pages of post headings, reading anything that sounded promising before I found the cure. To add insult, the problem was caused by registry keys under ie's User Agent key, had to be put back for ie7 to work properly after install, & was reported with DreamWeaver CS4 Beta, yet Adobe neither fixed it or included it in the list of known problems. They did however remove the original, DreamWeaver post -- lucky for me someone remembered & posted about it.

Problems running P/Shop CS4 are rampant in the Adobe forums, but loads of users like myself were forced to upgrade or lose eligibility -- Adobe limits how old your version can be to qualify. While CS4 is supposed to work in Windows 64, the ReadMe file on the DVD says XP 64 is untested -- use at your own risk. P/Shop now uses the GPU for some display manipulation, but again loads of user complaints. The good news is that as of 12/11/08 you can still pick up the CS3 Upgrade for ~$120. You ***might*** even get a free upgrade to CS4 from Adobe, for buying CS3 after the CS4 announcement, though some folks have had to email & call for over a month. A free copy of CS4 might even come in handy, assuming Adobe fixes it.


Review by mikiem on Dec 11, 2008 Version: CS4 OS: WinXP Ease of use: 6/10 Functionality: 9/10 Value for money: 5/10 Overall: 8/10




One possible perspective is that Photoshop is a large integrated collection of very useful graphic utilities. If I imagine each utility that I commonly use as a stand-alone, then I'm paying much less than $50 for each. Although the learning curve can be steep, there is always at least one good and easy to find tutorial somewhere on the web that explains most any PS feature.

Review by oldsalt on Dec 9, 2006 Version: CS2 OS: WinXP Ease of use: 7/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value for money: 8/10 Overall: 9/10




Photoshop is an incredible piece of software. It can and will do anything you want, providing you know how to perform with it. Which is the problem. PS is so powerful that it is sometimes overwhelming. Unfortunately, this can disuade newer users from working in it.

Otherwise, it's fantastic. Perhaps not as user friendly as I'd like to see (Adobe take a hint), but I'll use it until the day I die!


Review by theleetbeagle on Feb 6, 2004 Version: 6.5 OS: MacOSX Ease of use: 5/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value for money: 10/10 Overall: 8/10




What can i say that you allready didnīt heard?
Adobe Photoshop is as important as windows itself If youīre into raster graphic design. There ainīt and wonīt be a tool that comes close to Photoshop. You can do ANYTHING you want. And if you canīt, just get a plugin. Every plugin out there is designed to work on Photoshop.
If youīre into video and DVD creation, Photoshop will perform perfectly all the tasks for completing your production: DVD menus, titles, FX...you can even add FX to a Film Strip exported from premiere.

If you got the cash...get this! you wonīt regreat it.


Review by haznut on Oct 9, 2003 Version: 7 OS: WinXP Ease of use: 7/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value for money: 10/10 Overall: 10/10


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