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    FilterMeister is a Plug-in Maker and Filter Development Tool for Adobe Photoshop, JASC Paint Shop Pro, and other compatible graphics applications

    Not freeware per se, but does let you make your own plug-ins for non-distribution for free. You have to pay in order to make your filters distributable.

    PowerRetouche and Goldpanner AcuFilters were made using this utility.
    Learn by teaching
    Take responsibility for learning

  • #2
    Looks like you need to be a programmer to use this. Not what I would call user friendly but then again very useful to those that unlike me really know what they are doing.


    • #3
      It seems to have some pretty decent tutorials, but even so, it's way over my head. Could be a neat little toy for others though.



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