TurboCollage 184.108.40.206 Crack is a lightweight software application whose purpose is to help you create collages made up of images, text, as well as transparent or custom backgrounds. You are allowed to move pictures to the preferred position in the working environment, delete the selected image, resize objects, lock the image and text, as well as shuffle items in the collage. TurboCollage lets you choose between different collage patterns (mosaic, picture pile, picture grid, center frame, zig mosaic).
User-friendly layout and importing/exporting options
The GUI looks clean and intuitive, allowing you to add photos in the working environment using the built-in browse button or drag-and-drop support.
It works with the following file formats: JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, and GIF. You can print or export the generated collage to one of the aforementioned file formats, or save it as a project on your computer so you can easily import it for future editing tasks.
Customize your collages
You are allowed to move pictures to the preferred position in the working environment, delete the selected image, resize objects, lock the image and text, as well as shuffle items in the collage. TurboCollage lets you choose between different collage patterns (mosaic, picture pile, picture grid, center frame, zig mosaic).
Several tweaks can be applied to the layout, namely you may choose between predefined size options (e.g. wallet, poster, square), change the orientation (landscape or portrait), adjust the spacing between objects, as well as alter the form of the corners.
You may opt for a transparent background, add a photo from your computer, or select a background color, and draw shadow with custom x and y offset and blur options.
Custom text can be added in your pictures. You may type the text directly into the main window or paste it from the clipboard, alter the text in terms of font, style, size, and alignment, change the background opacity and color, as well as add text shadow.
All things considered, TurboCollage integrates an essential suite of features for helping you generate user-defined collages. It doesn’t come with a comprehensive pack of customization options but the basic parameters are sufficient for placing your favorite images in a collage with custom text and background.
How To Install?
Install the program from the given setup.
Don’t run the application yet and close from system tray or task manager if running.
Extract the “Crack Fix.zip” to directory where you’ve installed the program. Replace all the files
Boom! Now you can use the program without any interruptions.
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Now install it on your program.
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TurboCollage Crack Requirements
2 GHz Processor
2GB of RAM
HDD space 800MB
670-MB installation space required
Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
MAC OS X 10.8 or later.
TurboCollage for Mac is a great option for creating photo collages, whether it’s for a photo book, a print, or your Facebook Cover Photo.
There’s no shortage of options for creating collages on a Mac. A search for “collage” in the Mac App Store brings up a bunch of options.
TurboCollage is by no means the only option available. And it’s not the cheapest, although at under $10 it’s very reasonably priced. But I’ve found it to be one of the most flexible and no-nonsense options in creating collages. Not surprisingly, it’s also one of the highest rated.
Here’s a quick rundown of how it works.
Importing Your Photos
When you first open TurboCollage for Mac you get a blank canvas and not much in the way of guidance about where to start. While you don’t have to do it this way, it makes sense work from left to right, starting with the Pictures tab at top left.
Make sure that Pictures tab is highlighted, and then use the small Plus button to open a Finder browser to select your images. You can also just drag image files from Finder into the left panel.
I’m going to use a set of photos from the beautiful beaches of St John in the US Virgin Islands for this example.
When I first image them they’re just thrown randomly on the workspace and all sized pretty uniformly.
Choose a Pattern
After you’ve imported your photos, it’s a good idea to move to the next tab, Settings. That’s where you set the basics of your layout and the size of your output file.
When you first import photos, the default pattern is a Picture Pile. That’s designed to look like a bunch of photo prints thrown on a table. One of its key characteristics is that it’s also 3-dimensional, so some photos lie on top of others.
With the Picture Pile pattern, if you click on any photo you can drag it wherever you like. When you click on an image you’ll also see a small rotate button appear. If you click and hold on that you can rotate and resize. If you click and hold, you can also rotate and resize (just click near the edges of a photo
You’ll notice that with each of these Patterns, the available buttons directly below the images changes. With the 2-dimensional patterns, there’s obviuosly no need to be moving images forward or back.
If you’re using the Picture Grid pattern, you can also control how many rows and columns to use (this option isn’t available with the other patterns).
The Mosaic pattern automatically arranges the images to fill the entire space. It means that the cells are not a uniform size.
The Center Frame pattern makes the center image larger and reduces the size of the others.
It’s distinctive, but it’s not really one I find myself using much.
Set Your Layout
In the next section down in the left panel you have Layout options. These set the size of your output file. With the drop-down menu you can set your aspect ratio to fit your desired output. It comes with a bunch of default options for common sizes and outputs.
One of the handiest options is the ability to create a Custom Size.
One of the nice things about the TurboCollage 220.127.116.11 Crack is that it makes rearranging the photos a snap. If you click on one and drag it, it will simply do a straight swap. That keeps everything nice and neat. And you can also reposition and zoom. When you click on an image you’ll get two small icons. The one on the left is for repositioning images (just click and drag). The one on the right is for zooming an image (again, just click and drag).