Picosmos Tools : Swiss Army Knife of Image Editing

Picosmos Tools is a software suite containing all the different functions necessary to manipulate the images like removing objects, changing background, applying effects, designing a collage, slicing an image and many more. You can even capture the images using you webcam or just snapshot of your desktop. It can turn a series of images (like the ones captured from a webcam) into an animation. And it comes with an image viewer of its own called Picosmos Shows. It can easily be called the Swiss army knife of image editing.

The software suite is available for both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows. The user interface contains shortcuts to all the tools that it comes packed with. You can click on any of these shortcuts to launch the respective tools. All of the tools support drag-n-drop so you can add your images by just dragging them on to their windows. It supports all the popular image formats such as BMP, DIB, ICO, JPEG, PNG, PSD, TGA, TIFF, in addition to many RAW image file formats often used by many digital cameras such as NEF, CRW, MRW, RAF, DNG, ORF and X3F.

Picosmos Tools

This software package contains all the tools most of the average users would need in their lifetime. You can use the Page Design tool to fit all the images on a page in a number of ways. You can edit the images to apply effects including blurring, pixelation, trimming, or red eye removal. Text can also be applied anywhere on the images and you can customize many parameters for the text such as font, size, color, thickness and shadows. You can remove the background from an image to create the cut-outs.

It can record the webcam and save the videos as AVI files. It can create SWF animations and GIF animations that can be used on your blogs, social networks or other websites. It can intelligently recognize the facial features from your images and automatically apply beautification effects like skin whitening, eye enlarging, lip gloss, hair coloring and so on.

You can download Picosmos Tools from http://pcfreetime.com/picosmos/index.php?language=en.