PhotoModularFX

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PhotoModularFX

#1 Post by reexre » Mon Mar 18, 2019 1:41 pm

Hi
I'd like to add PhotoModularFX
A Portable App to create custom Photo Effects

It's a project about image manipulation performed by custom effects flow.

This project was born with the intention of creating an unconventional image editor.
It is full of image processing software, and, I really did not care to create one like many others.
The intent was to create a program that gave the user the ability to create and customize the graphic effect.
In fact, the beauty of this program is that the image processing process consists of a series of modules that can be assembled as desired to create the desired effect.

The app is not completely free, if you want to remove the watermark you need a small donation.
It's donationware
If this is the cause of the rejection I would like to know it.

Thanks.

Downloads:
https://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedi ... arFX.shtml
https://miorsoft.github.io/Site/PhotoMo ... index.html

Forum:
http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php? ... am-Testers

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Re: PhotoModularFX

#2 Post by webfork » Sat Mar 23, 2019 4:24 am

If this is the cause of the rejection I would like to know it.
Thanks for submitting and welcome to the site. This program looks great and adding a watermark definitely seems reasonable for such a tool, but the that does mean it doesn't qualify as freeware. We have a long list of great programs that you're welcome to discuss on the site and watermark-enabled tools are certainly one of them. A great example is the excellent Active Presenter, which has an amazing feature set with functions I haven't seen elsewhere, even in other commercial programs, but also doesn't qualify for the database (also it's not portable).

You mentioned it was portable -- do you know where and how it saves settings?

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