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Nik Software Complete Collection 2008

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Nik_Software_Complete_Collection.sitx (140.28 MB)
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For Mac OS X
Guides on emulating older applications

“Nik Software, Inc. is a privately-held American company that develops software solutions for the growing digital-imaging and photography markets. Established in 1995, Nik Software has become the recognized leader in digital photographic filter development and produces award-winning technology and plug-in products for digital photography and imaging professionals including U Point® technology, Dfine®, Viveza®, Silver Efex Pro™, Color Efex Pro™, and Nik Sharpener Pro™ software.”
(info extracted from their website via WaybackMachine)

Contains separate installers of plug-in software, for Photoshop CS2+ and Aperture 2.1+

Architecture: PPC (Carbonized) x86 (Intel:Mac)

Minimum Requirements

Operating Systems:
- Mac OS X 10.4 or later (Universal Binary)

- Macintosh — PowerPC G4, G5, Intel Core Solo, Intel Core Duo, Core 2 Duo, Xeon

- Minimum: 256 MB
- Recommended: 512 MB

Image Editing Applications:
- Adobe Photoshop version CS2 through CS3
- Adobe Photoshop Elements version 4.0
- Any other image editing application that utilizes the Adobe Photoshop Plug-In Standard*
*Please refer to your image editing application’s documentation to check if it supports the Adobe Photoshop Plug-In Standard
- Aperture 2.1 or newer.

Serials included.


davisdelo's picture
by davisdelo - 2018, January 10 - 5:03pm

Works great with CS4 on 10.5.8.

32-bits's picture
by 32-bits - 2016, April 21 - 11:38pm

This is amazing for those wanting easy, high-quality results. Most of the features can be achieved in Photoshop on its own for experienced users, but for those who'd "rather be shooting" - this is good stuff!

One feature in particular - The Sharpener Pro plugin is EXCEPTIONAL. This actually transcends what
Photoshop can do on its own. When used with the S-Spline plugin also here on the Garden - you can get some very impressive scaling results.