Photo work generally includes import, sorting, editing, and export, i.e. saving your final photos. But saving edited photos isn’t by far the only thing the new, improved Export can do: It also has a wide range of uses for preparing previews, renaming saved photos, and saving photos online. And you can even do all of this at once with no problems. So take a moment to get to know this new feature in the Autumn Update of Zoner Photo Studio X.
In the first part of this two-part article, we showed you how to add a variety of image and sound tracks to your videos. Now that you know the basics, we’ll take a look at more complicated edits. In this part you’ll be learning advanced tricks during work with sound and music. We’ll also show you how to add text elements or your own logo to a video.
Already on its own, Zoner Photo Studio offers a very wide variety of tools for photo editing. But in addition to its built-in tools, it also offers access to plugins. These expand its features and offer you even more ways to edit your photos. But—how do you install and work with plugins?
This Christmas, make it easier for the kids in your family to hand out the gifts. Create your own tags with both names and photos. Then even the youngest children, who haven’t learned to read yet, will have the joy of handing out the gifts and finding their own.
For a long time now, it’s been possible to edit video without using special video-only software. And now you can even do it while you’re editing your photos. Editing a video and adding titles, music, and transition effects is all a matter of a few clicks.
Every photographer backs up their photos somehow. There are several possibilities here—on an external disk stored in a separate place, on a home NAS server, or maybe on the cloud. The last of these options is becoming more and more popular. You have your photos safe even if there’s a burglary or your equipment fails.
Just like any other electronic device, a computer disk will stop working one day. So if you don’t want to risk irreversibly losing your data, you have to save it in multiple places. And that’s true for photographs too. That’s why we’ll show you today’s options for photo backup and how you can combine them.
Have you ever racked your brains because the RAW developer in Zoner Photo Studio produced results that slightly differed from the camera’s JPEGs—for example brighter or differently colored? The problem’s not with you, nor is it with ZPS. It’s a side effect of camera manufacturers’ trade secrets.
Have a drawing tablet and haven’t tried it yet for photos? Thinking about getting one? Try using a tablet for your photo editing in Zoner Photo Studio. You’ll especially appreciate it when you need to adjust fine details that are awkward to alter with a mouse. The drawing tablet’s greater precision will make your work more efficient and more fun.
Power users view keyboard shortcuts as a necessity. Maybe that’s putting it too strongly, but the shortcuts below will save you time and make you more efficient. We’ll focus on shortcuts that you’ll appreciate practically every time you go to edit a picture.