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The image editing and non-destructive editing of layers, shapes, text, filters, fills, and paths allow graphic designers, illustrators and photographers to fine-tune their creations using the precise tools of CorelDRAW.
CorelDRAW images can be shared with other applications on the same computer, or they can be exported in various file formats, including EPS (Encapsulated PostScript), PDF (Portable Document Format), EPS-based TIFF, and RAW formats such as CDT and CDR. The CDT file format is used for CDROM Burner files. The CDT file is an enhanced EPS file, and contains an annotated version resulting from the original EPS file that allows the application to display a user-defined title.
CorelDRAW introduced the concept of layers to the image editing arena, grouping together logically similar elements of an image (text, lines, colors, patterns, shapes, etc.) and allowing these components to be arranged, edited and recombined in any way coherent with the overall design of the picture. CorelDRAW also emphasized the ease of combining new artwork, including bitmap layers, vector graphics layers and other layers. CorelDRAW ships with millions of clip art images for use by designers, and can display different clip art images on a single canvas or layer depending on the selected layer.
CorelDraw includes a photo-editing component, Corel Photo-Paint. It supports both the traditional desktop RAW format processing, and the newer RAW formats such as Adobe's JPEG 2000, Windows' Portable Network Graphics, or RIP's TIFF-based format. Corel also made RAW support its own CDT format. Corel Photo-Paint features extensive filter functionality, some of which are similar to those of Photoshop and other, more proprietary tools. This allows photo-editing tasks to be accomplished in a single application. Some filters are much easier to use in Photoshop, however, as they offer more options for adjusting the output image. For effecting total control of how the image is processed, Corel offers Context-sensitive tools. This means that an adjustment made to a particular area affects the rest of the image at the same time, similar to the context-sensitive controls found in vector graphics graphics packages. d2c66b5586