Sagelight 48-bit Image Editor Trial History

Version history for Sagelight 48-bit Image Editor Trial shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Dec 30, 2009) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).

Version: 3.1.02
Size: 13374 KB
OS: Windows
Description:   Get the pictures you want without the learning curve. Sagelight helps you get the best out of your picture without the typical hassles in image editing. With Sagelight you can enhance your Jpeg and RAW images easily with professional results.

v 3.1.02 updated on Sep 28, 2010

Complete SSE/MMX rewrite, 50 new functions. Much faster and more extensive functionality.

v 3.0.1 updated on Dec 30, 2009

Complete SSE/MMX rewrite, 50 new functions. Much faster and more extensive functionality.

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