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Easy Cartoonizer Lite For .NET 4.x

1.72
Easily convert photos to cartoons - photo-realistic or not.
Easy Cartoonizer Lite For .NET 4.x screenshot
Easily convert photos to cartoons
Easily convert photos to cartoons. The program analyzes your photos and, in accordance with the differences in color and in brightess of their pixels, draws gray-s dots in those locations, which later on originate the sketch; the raw sketch can be filtered and enhanced in order to remove noise, which is introduced at the time the shot is taken or when it is enhanced with other filters before being sketched. The final sketch is used as a mask when the cartoon is created. The cartoon is created by use of two images: the sketch and the image to be masked. This later image can have several filters applied to it, including a color reduction one, which creates images that look more like a color cartoon. The program has been compiled in such a way that it adapts to the in-use cpu. Thus, it can be run on any x86 cpu as old as the Pentium one. There are several versions of the program available, so that you will find one that meets your needs and targets your OS, which can be any Windows OS from Windows NT4 till Windows 10. The program is portable - thus, it is not installed on the pc (this means that it does not meddle with its configurations) and can be run from any folder where you have executing privileges - thus, it (usually) can be even run from a pen drive (if you have executing privileges on it).
Technical details
Title:
Easy Cartoonizer Lite For .NET 4.x 1.72 from Windows
Requirements:
at least the .Net Framework 4.0 (CLR 4.0 - expected on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and 10)
OS Support:
Win2000, WinXP, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 10, WinServer, WinOther, WinVista, WinVista x64
Language:
English
License:
Freeware
Release date:
January 30, 2021
Author:
Filipe Rhodes da Fonseca (http://www.frdafonseca.com)
Easy Cartoonizer Lite For .NET 4.x 1.72 Changelog

- a lop of new graphical options have been added to the program - please see its changelog at its main site.