AbstractCurves 1.1

AbstractCurves is an image generator which allows you to create stunning wallpapers/backgrounds or posters in any resolution, add effects or logos/watermarks to your photos. AbstractCurves includes a variety of built-in presets, and gives you the ability to create user presets. This program is available as a standalone application, and as a plug-in to the most popular graphic hosts, such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Corel Paint Shop Pro, IrfanView, and others which support .8bf files.
Key Features:

Unlimited number of effects;
More than 10 galleries with 130+ built-in presets;
Ability to create and save your own presets;
Ability to set any color of generated image and background;
30+ built-in color palettes with 7000+ colors;
Ability to create and save your own palettes;
Adding generated images to your photos;
Transparent background option for creating logos, icons, avatars, etc.;
16-bit image support
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29 votes Vote

Please add 1366x768, not only 1280x800 and higher.

vitoo, 03.08.2015, 10:13
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17 votes Vote

make the slider pop up on curve #1 and curve #2 panel not closing automatically

vermeilia, 03.08.2015, 08:38
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16 votes Vote

Change Color Intensity to Transparency and put it with the check box next to Transparent Background

If I want to create a transparent png I need to "Discover" that Color Intensity is what I want to select and use to adjust the level of transparency. I think CI should only show if I am NOT selecting transparent background and if I AM selecting...
randymartin, 03.08.2015, 14:33
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10 votes Vote

output to movie would be great or even better looping sequences

Coo Daddy, 03.08.2015, 18:05
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9 votes Vote

Add more colour themes. The default dark UI has too little contrast for my liking.

I have to crank up the brightness of my monitor which is set low (which suits my purposes) to get a sort of usable interface. It's never a good idea to force the software developer's taste in these matters upon the users.
Ben, 03.08.2015, 16:45
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1 vote Vote

Add GPU acceleration, please.

Seems it could be much faster generating images if it used the GPU.
Skippy, 03.08.2015, 23:49
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