asked in 電腦及互聯網軟體 · 1 decade ago



一定唔可以有毒(我fd試過= =)+唔好解壓縮+唔好太多容量(有冇呀?)

最好比埋點down啦(通常都係英文網,so我睇唔明= =)

可以的話教埋我點做呀= =











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  • 1 decade ago
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    In ,

    You have to buy the software.

    It is Photoimpact, and this is the information of the company---

    Ulead Systems From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from PhotoImpact) Jump to: navigation, search Ulead Systems, Inc.


    Type Corporation (TSEC:2487) Founded Taipei, Taiwan (August 5, 1989) Headquarters Taipei, Taiwan Key people Lotus Chen, Founder

    Way-Zen Chen, Founder

    Lewis Liaw, Founder

    Steve Ro, Chairman

    Eldon Liu, CEO Industry Software publishing Products Computer software Revenue USD 34.46 million (2005) Employees 287 in Ulead Headquarter (January 31, 2006) Website Ulead Systems (TSEC:2487) was a Taiwanese computer software company headquartered in Neihu district in Taipei, Taiwan.

    Contents [hide] 1 History2 Products 2.1 Video2.2 DVD2.3 Image2.4 Web Utility2.5 Pocket Software2.6 Digital home 3 References4 See also5 External links

    [edit] History Ulead was founded in August 5, 1989 by Lotus Chen, Lewis Liaw and Way-Zen Chen. They founded Ulead with the support of Microtek after leaving Taiwan's Institute for Information Industry in order to futher develop and commercialize their first true color image editing software, PhotoStyler, on the Windows platform.

    Ulead sold PhotoStyler through Aldus software as a software developer. However, Aldus merged into Adobe in 1994 and PhotoStyler is no longer available. Ulead then continued to develop PhotoImpact 3 as its flagship image editor and sell PhotoImpact by itself. Today, PhotoImpact is known as a competitor of Adobe PhotoShop.

    Ulead Systems then extended its development of multimedia software in various areas such as video editing, media management, web utility, DVD authoring and digital home.

    On September 17, 2001, Ulead was listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange as 2487.TW.

    On April 13, 2005, InterVideo acquired Ulead Systems for approximately $68 million. On July 9, 2006, InterVideo announced its merger with Ulead to be completed on December 28, 2006.

    On August 28, 2006, Corel Corporation agreed to purchase InterVideo for approximately $196 million.

    On October 24, 2006, Ulead was unlisted on the Taiwan Stock Exchange.

    On December 12, 2006, Corel announced the acquisition of InterVideo and Ulead had been completed.[1]

    On December 28, 2006, the InterVideo merger with Ulead is been completed and InterVideo is the company to exist.

    [edit] Products

    [edit] Video VideoStudio, MediaStudio Pro, VideoGraphics Lab, VideoTool Box, COOL 3D, and COOL 3D Production Studio.

    [edit] DVD Burn.Now, DVD MovieFactory, DVD PictureShow, and DVD WorkShop.

    [edit] Image COOL 360, PhotoImpact, Photo Explorer, PhotoExpress, and My Scrapbook.

    [edit] Web Utility GIF Animator, GIF-X.Plug-in, Menu.Applet, and SmartSaver Pro.

    [edit] Pocket Software Pocket SlideShow and Pocket DV Show.

    [edit] Digital home InstaMedia

    [edit] References ^ Corel's letter to customers on the InterVideo Ulead acquisition

    [edit] See also Ulead MediaStudio ProInterVideoCorel Corporation

    [edit] External links Ulead SystemsPhotoimpact Forum & Bulletin Board


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