Corel Designer Technical Suite X4 is a powerful and complete toolkit for drawing and professionally editing of high precision technical illustrations. In one single kit it offers a set of specialized applications to perform 2D and 3D graphics, convert bitmap images into vector, capture and edit photographs, create flowcharts, 3D to 2D file conversion without the need of CAD licenses, among others. It has a high level of compatibility with other applications, since it allows to open and work with more than 100 file formats, among which is good to mention: Microsoft Visio (2003 and 2007), Microsoft Word 2007, Microsoft Publisher, PDF 1.7 and PDF / A coach DXF and DWG and JPEG 2000. It is a heavy kit, which requires 1.2 gigabytes of disk space for installation, 512 MB RAM and the installation of Windows Vista or Windows XP. With this suite you’ll be able to work with multiple applications independently, using those that are most appropriate for each type of specific task, and go interchanging between them in order to complete your project in an integral manner. Here we tell you what applications are included in the package and what are their specific utilities:
-- Corel DESIGNER X4: suitable for creation of technical designs based on vector drawings, including specialized tools for creating flow charts as well as a library of symbols with over 4,000 standard graphics components.
-- Corel PHOTO-PAINT X4: professional image editor that can read raw files and files of more than 300 models of professional cameras.
-- Corel CAPTURE X4: application to capture screens.
-- Corel PowerTRACE ™ X4: precise bitmap-to-vector drawings converter.
-- Right Hemisphere Deep Exploration 5.5 CSE: specialized tool for converting accurate 3D illustrations in 3D graphics. It also allows edition of 3D illustrations and its conversion into images, for later professional edition in Corel Photo Paint X4 and their integration into presentations or other projects.
Finally, we emphasize that also includes a complete user guide for Corel Designer X4 and Corel PhotoPaint X4, as well as numerous tutorials, tips and tricks for these two applications. The other applications have a built-in support system.