1. Installing virtualStudio
virtualStudio comes with its own
installer that looks like this:
Once you download virtualStudio you should see this icon on your Desktop. Run the installer, select the language, and follow the instructions.
Once installed, virtualStudio is added to your All Programs menu under the Start button and optionally on your Desktop.
2. Starting virtualStudio
After installing virtualStudio the launch icon may be located on the Desktop, if you decided that option during install, or it is in the virtualStudio Program Group. The virtualStudio launch icon looks like this:
Double-click this icon to launch virtualStudio, you should then see the startup screen as follows:
3. Using virtualStudio with virtualPhotographer
As a first step in using virtualStudio we will browse images, select an image, apply a virtualPhotographer Effect and save the image. First launch virtualStudio and select the Get Image Browse button shown above.
Your image should now be opened in virtualStudio. Click the vP Power Button in the Main Menu to start virtualPhotographer.
Now, use one of the most powerful feature of virtualStudio and "Blend" the results of virtualPhotographer with the original image.
That's it! Now you can apply any virtualPhotographer Effect and blend it with the original image in virtualStudio
6. Uninstalling virtualStudio
virtualPhotographer comes with it's own uninstaller. Simply go to your Windows Control Panel. For example, under Windows XP use the Add or Remove Programs Control Panel. Click on "virtualPhotographer 1.5.6" and then click the Remove button
7. System Requirements and Compatibility
Currently virtualStudio works on Microsoft Windows Vista (32-bit), Windows XP, 2000, ME, and Windows '98 operating systems. virtualStudio is not compatible with Windows Vista 64 at this time. We are looking to create a Macintosh version