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Old 05-29-2006, 09:28 AM   #1
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Default Filter Forge (Windows)

Filter Forge is a beta application that works as a stand-alone and a Photoshop plugin. It contains a number of modules for making textures and effects. But it does not stop there.
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Filter Forge comes with a visual node-based editor allowing you to create your own filters – textures, effects, distortions, backgrounds, you name it. All filters automatically support 16- and 32-bit modes in Photoshop, real-world HDRI lighting, bump and normal maps, huge resolutions and seamless tiling.
IOW, you can create your own filters by chaining together familiar (and unfamiliar) graphic processes. This means your Photoshop actions can be replaced with sliders that give you visual feedback as you tweak settings, with the limitation being that you can only use photo operations that are included in Filter Forge.

http://www.filterforge.com/

Looks good to me. A bit on the slow side. But it is still in beta. Let's see how they bring it along.

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