Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Adobe gives Photoshop CS6 a new graphics-chip boost | Deep Tech - CNET News

Adobe gives Photoshop CS6 a new graphics-chip boost | Deep Tech - CNET News
The graphics processing unit (GPU) speeds the Liquify tool, which lets people smear images in a finger-painting way, according to a Zorana Gee, a Photoshop product manager. She demonstrated the change in a YouTube video, the second in what looks to be a series of previews of the software. An earlier Photoshop CS6 preview showed new raw image editing tools adopted from the Lightroom 4 beta, a darker user interface, and improvements to brush size selection. Expect Adobe to add more previews but to withhold some goodies for the official launch sometime later in the first half of 2012.

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