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Corel PhotoImpact X3

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Easy enhancements, photo projects and graphics tools

CorelВ® PhotoImpactВ® X3 is packed with one-click photo fixes and digital art tools that make your creative projects look their best. Quickly touch up your photos with ExpressFix editing. Use customizable project templates to create memorable photo gifts. Get creative with drawing and painting tools, and produce graphics to enhance video productions.

Features

Instantly adjust exposure and color in ExpressFix mode
Improve photo composition with next-generation crop tools
Use easy wizards to create fun photo projects and gifts
Choose from over 200 customizable templates for projects
Create graphics for slide shows, videos, DVDs and more
Includes Corel Painter Essentials 3 and Corel MediaOne Plus*

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