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Fauve xRes 1 is the first release of the xRes image editing application, originally created and developed by Fauve Software before it was acquired by Macromedia.[1]

HistoryEdit

After its acquisition of Fauve in 1995, Macromedia briefly continued to support xRes up to version 1.2.1. Macromedia then combined the features of Fauve's Matisse painting software with the xRes high-resolution image editing engine into Macromedia xRes 2.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Image Editing Software by John Henshall's Chip Shop, The Photographer. 1996-09.
  2. Macromedia launches enchanced Matisse as xRes, insists that it adds value to Adobe Photoshop, Computer Business Review. Archived 1996-02-06.

External linksEdit

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Macromedia xRes
Matisse | xRes 1 · 2 (SE) · 3
Replaced by Macromedia Fireworks in 1998
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