Realtime Landscaping Photo 5 Demo 5.04
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|New landscape design software helps you visualize your landscaping ideas. Import a photo of your property and design the landscape. Design a garden, add a new yard, plant trees and shrubs, and much more. No CAD experience required.|
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36|
|OS||Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista|
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New landscape design software by Idea Spectrum helps you visualize your landscaping ideas. Import a photo of your property and design the landscape. Design a garden, add a new yard, plant trees and shrubs, and much more. Ultra-detailed plants and landscaping accessories help you create photo-realistic designs and presentations. Import photos of plants and other objects, touch-up photos, and even create custom plant varieties using the integrated tools. This new landscaping software is easy to use and no CAD experience is required.
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