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Pet Eye Fix Guide corrects any color (red, blue, green, yellow, white) of shining eyes on your pet’s photos. Can be used for human red eye also. Allows you to adjust even fully light-struck eyes.
Includes tools: Shading, Gleam, Eye Color, Pupil, Cat Pupil, Emphasis. Includes stepwise animated demo samples and supports 17 languages.
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Waiting for Karl’ to try it.Comment by Studiopro — November 29th, 2014 at 3:15 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-17) Reply
Well now I’ve seen it all. You can see why the US spends $40 Billion/year on their pets. And I suppose the people who are responsible for most of this expenditure are the ones who begrudge PEOPLE getting food stamps. I don’t know the cost of food stamps but at a guess it’s less than $40Bill!
Anyway, thanks all the same GOTD but as you probably guess I don’t have a cat.
Installed and (self-)registered without problems on a Win 8.1.3 Pro 64 bit system.
A Russian company without name and address. I have to admit, that I awaited such a tool. After filling the market with beauty for woman and men, the market for pets seems to be even bigger.
After installation a panel with demonstrations starts. You have to view the “shining pupil” before you start, otherwise you are lost to remove the flash light in the eyes of your cat or dog. It basically adds a “cats pupil” to the presets. This is the only “animal” related part of this software. You can change the “cats pupil”, so that it fits also in the eye of your beloved snake…
It is not as easy to “reconstruct” an eye with complex color, think of a tiger’s eye. With some experience you’ll get quite good results. The better way is not to direct the flash directly in an open eye.
Does what it claims. In my short test I could not achieve the result, I wanted…
Uninstalled via reboot, my pets don’t have red eyes. Really.
It is not only, that I want to show you my cats (of course I’m proud!… it should show, that it is nearly impossible to reconstruct such eyes.
Have a nice weekend!Comment by Karl — November 29th, 2014 at 3:38 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+31) Reply
Peter makes a good point. Demand has the market, and it’s really useful for pet lovers.
When I get in product page, I was scared by the cats and dogs…really!
hmm, perhaps it’s a scarce market in this field. However, this program is pricey, I think.
Thanks for GAOTD and Tint Guide but no need to install since I don’t have a pet. :(
P.S. I like your cat, Karl!Comment by Beardxr — November 29th, 2014 at 3:55 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1) Reply
A preposterously-priced single-purpose app that does nothing that decent freeware like paintnet, Imagina, GIMP, Photoscape, Lightbox, PhotoFiltre, Pxlr Desktop, and even IrfanView cannot do within their program. The ostensible $45 price tag is an insult to the intelligence of every computer user — and especially to GOTDers who earlier this week were given the opportunity to download and keep the $30 PT Photo Editor 2.1.2, image management software which truly exposes how glib this Russian developer has become — become, because under a former name, it produced reasonably good programs whereas today, it seems to specialise in de-constructing various programs, isolating fragments of them, and then attempting to flog ‘em off as single-purpose apps decorated with ludicrous prices intended to make people think they must be good because they cost so much. Yeah. Right. Quite why Tint Guide isn’t asking $10,500 for this glorified red-eye remover, I’ve no idea, but perhaps it’ll fare better with, let’s say, an overhead power-line removal app, price tag, $27,850. Thanks GOTD but absolutely no thanks.Comment by MikeR — November 29th, 2014 at 3:59 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8) Reply
Welfare babies need Giveawayoftheday. They don’t work to make money to buy programs. This program is way to pricey for a working man.Comment by Wimp Noter — November 29th, 2014 at 4:09 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-9) Reply
The program lights up dark areas while keeping light areas intact. Will rescue some of photos which you considered hopelessly spoiled. Useful to those who should photograph at insufficient or uneven lighting. Includes stepwise animated demo samples. Supports 17 languages.
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