Portland, Ore. – February 18, 2003 – Extensis today announced the immediate availability of Mask Pro 3, a significant upgrade to Extensis' award winning masking and selection tool software for Adobe Photoshop.
A pioneer in the plug-in arena, Extensis has once again redefined masking and selecting capabilities in Adobe Photoshop. Key features of this latest release include new color decontamination technology and color selection tools, as well as a more robust and intuitive toolset. The foundation of this major revision is an entirely new masking engine, allowing users to flawlessly handle the most complex masking jobs.
"Masking challenges, especially those involving complex edges with semi-transparent objects like smoke, glass and hair, are limitless," said Lisa McCormack, product manager, Extensis. "Mask Pro has been fully updated to offer an entire suite of powerful new tools to address any masking challenge and to facilitate creation of flawless, real life masks."
Boxed Macintosh versions of Mask Pro 3 will be available in late February. A Windows version will follow mid-year 2003; international versions are slated for release shortly after their English release. All versions will be available for purchase through the Extensis website at http://www.extensis.com/maskpro and other sales channels.
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