Question by Brand.New: What’s the difference between Adobe Photoshop CS2 & CS4?
I know CS4 is a more modern version, but as far as the tools and other things what are their differences?
Answer by tiger lilly
i think it has to do with how many you can store and change what they look like
Question by Marvel M: What’s the difference between Photoshop CS4 and Photoshop CS4 64-Bit?
My computer has both after installing. What’s the difference between the two?
Answer by vbmica
Features of the program are the same, it is just how the program uses your computer hardware resources. If you have a 64-bit Windows version and hardware then Photoshop 64-bit will run faster than 32-bit.
Question by andwhatnot.: What’s the difference between photoshop cs4 extended and photoshop cs4 extended student version?
Is there even one?
Answer by zac
The only difference is that you can’t upgrade the student version
Question by Nick: What’s the difference between Photoshop CS4 and Photoshop CS4 Extended?
Like, what does Extended have that the regular one doesn’t?
Answer by Glenn
Surprisingly, that info is right on the webpage. here you go.
Question by -Sunkiss!: Whats the difference between photoshop cs4 and photoshop cs4 portable?
I need to know please helpp!
Answer by Fireater989
Regular PS is run off your computer along with all its resource files and things it needs to run. A portable version is installed on a portable flash drive or something similar and can be run on any computer. All you have to do is plug the flash drive in and run it from there.
Question by Murphy Chris: What’s a good (free) online Photoshop Tutorial to teach me how to air brush, etc?
Answer by james a
I usually just go to Youtube for all my tutorials. They usually have quite a few good ones. just takes a little time searching for the right one.
Question by NFL Legend: Whats the big difference between Adobe CS4 and Adobe CS4 for Education?
I am somewhat experienced in InDesign, but want to get into Web Development, etc and I noticed Adobe offers the same products in an “Educational Suite”.
Should I assume the Educational addition lacks key features compared to the normal CS4 software? Also, does the Educational addition over tutorials within the programs themselves?
I want to learn but don’t know if the educational suite is designed to be used in a classroom environment with a teacher or if it is educational to the degree that the software it self can help teach?
Any help is appreciated.
Answer by korgrue
The Education version for one does not come with built in help files. All the help engines redirect to the Adobe online help system, which is fine, as long as you have access to the web when you need them.
Otherwise, there is not any difference I have really seen. All the other features are there. Mainly, the educational license just means it cannot be used commercially for profit.
Question by asmeyon: what’s the difference between adobe Premiere pro cs4 student edition and regular?
im trying to get cs4 Premiere and recently i found a student Edition however what is the difference between student and regular
Answer by mercury
Question by twiggle512: What’s wrong with my photoshop brush?
Here’s a picture of what’s happening:
The faster I go, the spottier it gets. Is this normal, or have I changed a setting somehow?
Answer by Jonas M. Rogne
I do not know the settings for the brush you are using, so we will start from scratch:
1. On the menu (top right) in your brushes palette, choose “Reset brushes”.
2. Now choose the first 19px solid brush you find. Draw a stroke and see if it still happens.
3. If it still happens, try to reduce “spacing” under “brush tip shape” (although this should not be changing depending on painting speed).
4. Try with a mouse and not a tablet pen (just in case that’s what you were using).
Question by Jarad: what’s a simple way to delete photoshop brushes?
Answer by Alex
By pure accident I found out how to quickly delete a Photoshop brush from the preset list. This comes in very handy when you’re trying to save a custom brush set and don’t want any superfluous brushes to be in your .abr file. There’s a tedious way, which means right-clicking on each brush and selecting delete. There’s the obvious one by clicking the thrash icon in the brush palette. Finally there’s a hidden, much simpler, quicker way: hold the Alt-Key while clicking on the brushes you don’t want. A little pair of scissors should appear which indicates that you’re about to remove that particular brush. So simply Alt-click through your brush palette to delete them one by one. That’ll save you precious seconds and we all know that time-saving is very important when designing. FYI I am running Photoshop CS3 on a Mac so I’m not sure how compatible this shortcut is with other versions. Unfortunaltely I couldn’t produce a screenshot of the technique. It should be fairly straightforward though.