Photoshop CS3 vs CS3 Extended

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by HaHaHaHa, Jan 26, 2008.

  1. HaHaHaHa

    HaHaHaHa Guest


    There is no way to tryout Photoshop CS3 - becouse only PSExtended is
    available to download.
    I was talking with Adobe Help Desk, but they didn't know- becouse I
    don't have adobe client number...
    Please help me - I would like to buy Photoshop; but Standard or

    I know this link very well:

    I am retoucher, and I don't use 3D - but healing and cloning with
    offset, scale and rotation are AMAZING for me!!! I need this function

    My question is:
    What exactly means:
    Adjustable cloning and healing with overlay preview- BASIC ???
    (Photoshop CS3 Standard)
    Does Photoshop Standard have pallete: Clone Soure???
    Somebody knows if Photoshop Standard has lower performance than
    (I am working with 39milion RAW files, so I realy need performance)
    HaHaHaHa, Jan 26, 2008
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  2. HaHaHaHa

    Mike Russell Guest

    No one else has responded, so here goes. From what you say later, it looks
    as if CS3 Standard will be fine for you.
    The cloning features that you mention are in CS3 standard.
    It means that the basic features of cloning and healing are included in CS3
    standard, but that there are some additions to cloning and healing in the
    advanced CS3 - my guess is that this applies to cloning 3D textures and/or
    movies. The rotation and scaling feature is definitely in the normal
    Yes, and it includes the rotate, scale, and overlay features.
    The features web page does make it sound as if extended is faster. As far
    as I know, the performance will be identical, since you will have the same
    Camera Raw plugin.
    Mike Russell, Jan 30, 2008
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  3. HaHaHaHa

    HaHaHaHa Guest

    Thanks a lot for your reply.
    I have bought Creative Siute Standard, and You are completely right.
    HaHaHaHa, Feb 8, 2008
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