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Adobe to charge full price for CS6 Upgrade!

 
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Dec 25, 2011 22:35 |  #16

The deadline for upgrading with a 20% discount to cs5.5 in order to get upgrade pricing on cs6 is ending soon 12/31/11


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Dec 26, 2011 11:39 |  #17

Screw Adobe. I'm done buying any of their products. Between the Flash fiasco and this, you have to be missing a chromosome or two to continue buying their software. The company has gone down the tubes.


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Dec 26, 2011 13:42 |  #18

Im just gonna buy CS6 when I get my student discount for taking college classes lol. Regular price is a rip off now IMHO.


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Dec 27, 2011 08:20 |  #19

CS5 exceeds all my needs and expectations as is. Unless CS6 has something more revolutionary than deblur, im not too concerned about getting it.


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Dec 27, 2011 09:12 |  #20

Just trying it out now.

Tilt shift filter is there.


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Dec 27, 2011 10:31 |  #21

Gel wrote in post #13604442 (external link)
Just trying it out now.

Tilt shift filter is there.

Is the deblur filter included?




  
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Dec 27, 2011 14:13 |  #22

Nope, not on the version I have, on comparing the vids demonstrating it in use it seems to be some sort of actual plugin...which is potentially good news for CS5 users if true.


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Dec 27, 2011 21:05 |  #23

a search on the net reveals that CS6 is mainly improved for 3D images and then there are a couple extra tricks to do with cloning, gradients, cropping ect. Some nice stuff but not enough to make photographers need it. CS5 had features that made photographers go WOW! The thing im worried about is the ACR side of things. Does the new photoshop come with a new ACR that will no longer support previous versions of PS? It was the reason i purchased CS5 after i could not open my 60D RAW files in CS3.


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Dec 28, 2011 17:55 |  #24

One thing I'm not impressed with is the lacking multiprocessor support.

Whilst yes, it's still a beta the fact that Adobe hasn't acknowledged it either is a worry.

I just converted 100 60mm TIFF files to JPEG level 10 and it was the same speed as CS5.
Not only that but my resource monitor still only showed up to 4GB of ram used at any one time.
Cpu max usage was 20% in an i7 960.

On a 64bit OS with a 64bit version of both CS5 and CS6


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Jan 02, 2012 08:57 |  #25

J_TULLAR wrote in post #13474667 (external link)
My thoughts exactly, great way to push users to find other resources *ahem lol.

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