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Digimage releases Color It! 4.5

updated 04:35 pm EST, Mon December 4, 2006

Color It! 4.5 released

Digimage Arts today released Color It! 4.5 for Mac OS X. The latest revision of Color It! is a fully-featured image editing program with advanced paint tools that is easy to learn and use, according to Digimage, using as little as 6MB of memory when running. "Color It! has everything most people need to edit, improve, and modify images or create their own from scratch." Users can save images in various formats, and a fully customizable tool palette offers more than 75 built-in filters and effects. The software includes patterns usable with a brush with complete control over size, shape, opacity, and more. Color It! also supports pressure sensitive tablets, and accepts input from digital cameras as well as scanners. Color It! 4.5 requires Mac OS X 10.1 or later, and is priced at $60. Owners of Color It! 4.0 can upgrade for $40, while owners of other Digimage Arts software can purchase the latest version for $50.

by MacNN Staff





  1. JacquesDav

    Joined: Dec 1969


    ColorIt for OSX

    You know I want to say something sarcastic here, but seeing as this is the first OSX release for ColorIt! I think that alone says it all. One can't blame them, OSX is, after all, brand spanking new, right? At least they beat the TypeStyler folks who are really only a scant 5 years late and STILL working on and promising an OSX version.... soon! However ColorIt! 4.5, which arrives 6 or 7 years after the last version doesn't appear to have a single new feature, other than the ability to run in OSX. Man that is embarassing.

    OK, I promised I wouldn't be sarcastic. Seriously, the folks at DigImage arts (ColorIt!) and Strider (TypeStyler) should be ashamed. Deeply ashamed. What was once the poor man's Photoshop (really poor man) and a typical scanner OEM bundle isn't fit to be included in a Futureshop PC. Sad.

    In any case, these are now both software products that are very long in the tooth and whose features can be found in other products at similar price points at far superior qualities. Time to roll up your tents and find a new business me thinks.

    Enough said. I do tend to prattle on....


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