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Need free anti-aliasing software recommendations

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by AC37, Mar 22, 2007.

  1. AC37

    AC37 SystemicAnomaly

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    Hey there, I need an fairly simple image anti-aliased and I could use some help. It's a business card/sign proof, green backround, white lettering, it's just a few simple lines of text and a couple small pieces of line clipart. Theoretically this should be very simple to do with the right piece of software, but I'm having trouble finding a free program that has anti-aliasing software built in. I hate buying a program just for this one image, and I'd prefer not to have to rebuild the entire proof from scratch if possible. Anyone have any recommendations? TIA! :)
     
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    Furant Millennium Member

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    No guarantees, but if you can put it somewhere, I can try to trace it to a vector graphic using Flash. Or PM me if you need an e-mail address.

    Joey
     

  3. TheDVDMan

    TheDVDMan

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    FastStone Image Viewer:
    http://www.faststone.org/

    It's the BEST image viewing app I have ever seen. It has quite a bit of extra functionality built in, including image resizing w/smoothing. It's also extremely fast.

    Give it a shoot.

    If it doesn't do what you need, PM me and I can run it through Photoshop or Paint Shop.

    Oh yeah...there's also the GIMP (http://www.gimp.org/) - it's a free, Photoshop like program. But Faststone is simpler.