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Imagelys Picture Lab can work on Mac or under Windows.
Also, Imagelys Picture Lab Mobile can work on your iPad for free.

What is Imagelys Picture Lab?

Imagelys Picture Lab is a way of creating an unlimited number of professional quality graphic images in a minimal amount of time. You can create seamless texture and background for your art work, enhance your photos with spectacular effects and much much more. You don't have to be an expert designer to be able to produce truly amazing results.

Imagelys Picture Lab generates effect and seamless texture based on automated processes. No filter in the Filter Library can suit your particular needs? A editor allows you to create unique filters and modify existing ones without writing any code. You can apply this filters to your photos to create amazing seamless texture or art work.



Imagelys Picture Lab is available in two editions. A Lite edition that is evaluation version and a Studio edition that is commercial version. The version that you downloaded is the Lite edition. This means that we have made the software available to you for free. You are entitled to evaluate the software without obligation. If you decide to keep the software, you must activate your copy after the purchase. The Imagelys Picture Lab Lite edition you allow to try the Studio edition before your purchasing. An Evaluation message will appears upon the image.
The professional users have to purchase the Studio edition.
By purchasing the Studio edition, you provide us with the resources and incentive to support the software with updates and to develop additional quality products in the future. Besides this, your purchasing entitles you free technical support.
Also, Imagelys Picture Lab Mobile can work on your iPad for free.
Please, visit the Imagelys Web Site: www.imagelys.com
You can also read the End User Licence Agreement



The tutorials in the next section are designed to walk you through the most important of Imagelys Picture Lab features. Each tutorial assumes you have a grasp of the material that was presented in the tutorials before it, so it's generally a good idea for you to complete them in order. Go To the Tutorials