Recolored 1.0.1 for Windows

by Bertheussen IT

Avg. Rating 4.3 (69 votes)

File Details

File Size 5.5 MB
License Commercial Demo, $29.00
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 16,708
Publisher Bertheussen IT
Homepage Recolored

Publisher's Description

Recolored is a graphics tool for coloring black and white pictures, replacing colors of individual objects in color pictures, and selective desaturation of color pictures. Recolored is perfect for turning your old family photos into natural looking color photos, easily replace the colors of individual objects, and add instant style and artistry to your photos by coloring specific important elements.

Latest Reviews

stopbuggingme

stopbuggingme reviewed v1.0.1 on Feb 28, 2006

This software was great until they got greedy. I no longer recommend this anywhere. Paint.NET is growing in popularity.

zee7

zee7 reviewed v1.0.1 on Feb 28, 2006

Pros:
Easy To Use.

Timesaving way to quickly color images.

Cons:
Images look flat and lack convincing tones & shading.

Better results can be achieved with minimal effort by using free painting programs such as Irfanview or Paint.NET.

Horrendously overpriced. This application is a one-trick-pony. Expecting people to pay $49 for such a featureless program is laughable.

Aires

Aires reviewed v1.0.1 on Feb 28, 2006

No doubt that it's a good program but no doubt that it's also over priced.

Howell

Howell reviewed v1.0.0 on Feb 27, 2006

I rate this version only 3 because, even if this software is great, innovative and quite unique (unless you're an expert in Paint Shop Pro or Photoshop) I dislike that the author made users test and debug its software with time limited versions and then charge them 49$ which is IMHO a too high price for such a specialized software...

It's a pity... really...

jogygeorge

jogygeorge reviewed v1.0.0 on Feb 27, 2006

A few reviews earlier I had mentioned that we were being treated as Guinea Pigs and someone came back to post with examples that it need not necessairly be true!

However good the program is, I dislike authors who claim their work is free and get all the testing done only to charge them later!

I've not given it 1 cause, its only the attitude I dislike!

some guy

some guy reviewed v1.0.0 on Feb 24, 2006

I thought it was ok
let me see if I add 20 dollars more I could just buy
paint shop pro hmmmm?

Boreth

Boreth reviewed v1.0.0 on Feb 24, 2006

Nice little toy,but not $49 nice

Arnvid

Arnvid reviewed v1.0.0 on Feb 23, 2006

Still miss features that I should expect to be essential in a good shareware version. For the $$, asking 45 dollars for this little tool - that tells a story in itself about the developers. So while its lacking essential features - especially for a shareware version, and then is far too high priced. After testing the version 1, I hit some bottons and uninstalled the previous freeware version I had of Recolored ...

nksmeena

nksmeena reviewed v1.0.0 on Feb 23, 2006

Did not believe until I tried it. Installed in a jiffy and was up and coloring B&W pictures in the next 5 minutes. Just Superb!

drumcat

drumcat reviewed v1.0.0 on Feb 23, 2006

It's cool, but it's not $$ cool. Thanks for the beta. That's all she wrote, folks.

Avg. Rating 4.3 (69 votes)
Your Rating
stopbuggingme

stopbuggingme reviewed v1.0.1 on Feb 28, 2006

This software was great until they got greedy. I no longer recommend this anywhere. Paint.NET is growing in popularity.

zee7

zee7 reviewed v1.0.1 on Feb 28, 2006

Pros:
Easy To Use.

Timesaving way to quickly color images.

Cons:
Images look flat and lack convincing tones & shading.

Better results can be achieved with minimal effort by using free painting programs such as Irfanview or Paint.NET.

Horrendously overpriced. This application is a one-trick-pony. Expecting people to pay $49 for such a featureless program is laughable.

Aires

Aires reviewed v1.0.1 on Feb 28, 2006

No doubt that it's a good program but no doubt that it's also over priced.

Howell

Howell reviewed v1.0.0 on Feb 27, 2006

I rate this version only 3 because, even if this software is great, innovative and quite unique (unless you're an expert in Paint Shop Pro or Photoshop) I dislike that the author made users test and debug its software with time limited versions and then charge them 49$ which is IMHO a too high price for such a specialized software...

It's a pity... really...

jogygeorge

jogygeorge reviewed v1.0.0 on Feb 27, 2006

A few reviews earlier I had mentioned that we were being treated as Guinea Pigs and someone came back to post with examples that it need not necessairly be true!

However good the program is, I dislike authors who claim their work is free and get all the testing done only to charge them later!

I've not given it 1 cause, its only the attitude I dislike!

some guy

some guy reviewed v1.0.0 on Feb 24, 2006

I thought it was ok
let me see if I add 20 dollars more I could just buy
paint shop pro hmmmm?

Boreth

Boreth reviewed v1.0.0 on Feb 24, 2006

Nice little toy,but not $49 nice

Arnvid

Arnvid reviewed v1.0.0 on Feb 23, 2006

Still miss features that I should expect to be essential in a good shareware version. For the $$, asking 45 dollars for this little tool - that tells a story in itself about the developers. So while its lacking essential features - especially for a shareware version, and then is far too high priced. After testing the version 1, I hit some bottons and uninstalled the previous freeware version I had of Recolored ...

nksmeena

nksmeena reviewed v1.0.0 on Feb 23, 2006

Did not believe until I tried it. Installed in a jiffy and was up and coloring B&W pictures in the next 5 minutes. Just Superb!

drumcat

drumcat reviewed v1.0.0 on Feb 23, 2006

It's cool, but it's not $$ cool. Thanks for the beta. That's all she wrote, folks.

benZin

benZin reviewed v0.7.1 Beta on Jan 23, 2006

WAaa, awesome! I love it. And now, printing capabilities!

phriar

phriar reviewed v0.7.0 Beta on Jan 21, 2006

As an amature in photo editing i've colored 20 to 30 pictures now with recolored and it works great. I've been wating for a program like this for the past couple of years. I also can't wait for the 1.0 version to come out.

The speed has increased significantly from 0.60 to 0.70. I am looking forward to future releases of this product.

alejay

alejay reviewed v0.7.0 Beta on Jan 20, 2006

As a graphic designer this is the best for pictures. What this program does in minutes takes me hours of retouching. I can wait for 1.0. I have used this on serval pieces and they have all looked good yes you still need to do a little cleanup in photoshop.

My only complaint is the CPU stress I have a 2.8 p4 with 1gig ram and it still takes a few minutes to render 1000 x 1200 picture.

anarkhy

anarkhy reviewed v0.7.0 Beta on Jan 19, 2006

the example isnt fake. the program works very well

and you are not very smart are you some guy?

some guy

some guy reviewed v0.6.0 Beta on Dec 16, 2005

I think it was ok, thought it was a lil hard to use, like what tool do you trace a face with do you need to pick color first? I did like the premade color selection on the right.
and the picture in the example above is fake, more or less was color then converted to a black and white. Them plastick balls came out in the 80s lol

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