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List of effects included with Paint.NET

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As of version 3.5.

Tutorial authors often list which plugins are needed to complete a tutorial and link to them, however, they often cannot remember which ones are included in Paint.NET and must either guess or remove all their plugins. So here is a list of effects included with PDN which don't need to be listed.

Note: I'm not sure if this is the correct section.

Here is the list:

Adjustments:

Auto-level

Black and White

Brightness/Contrast

Curves

Hue/Saturation

Invert Colors

Levels

Posterize

Sepia

Artistic:

Ink Sketch

Oil Painting

Pencil Sketch

Blurs:

Fragment

Gaussian Blur

Motion Blur

Radial Blur

Unfocus

Zoom Blur

Surface Blur

Distort:

Bulge

Frosted Glass

Pixelate

Polar Inversion

Tile Reflection

Twist

Dents

Crystalize

Noise:

Add Noise

Median

Remove Noise

Photo:

Glow

Red Eye Removal

Sharpen

Soften Portrait

Render:

Clouds

Julia Fractal

Mandelbrot Fractal

Stylize:

Edge Detect

Emboss

Outline

Relief

Hope this helps :)

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As of version 3.36.

Tutorial authors often list which plugins are needed to complete a tutorial and link to them, however, they often cannot remember which ones are included in Paint.NET and must either guess or remove all their plugins. So here is a list of effects included with PDN which don't need to be listed.

Note: I'm not sure if this is the correct section.

Here is the list:

Adjustments:

Auto-level

Black and White

Brightness/Contrast

Curves

Hue/Saturation

Invert Colors

Levels

Posterize

Sepia

Artistic:

Ink Sketch

Oil Painting

Pencil Sketch

Blurs:

Fragment

Gaussian Blur

Motion Blur

Radial Blur

Unfocus

Zoom Blur

Distort:

Bulge

Frosted Glass

Pixelate

Polar Inversion

Tile Reflection

Twist

Noise:

Add Noise

Median

Remove Noise

Photo:

Glow

Red Eye Removal

Sharpen

Soften Portrait

Render:

Clouds

Julia Fractal

Mandelbrot Fractal

Stylize:

Edge Detect

Emboss

Outline

Relief

Hope this helps :)

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As of version 3.5.

Tutorial authors often list which plugins are needed to complete a tutorial and link to them, however, they often cannot remember which ones are included in Paint.NET and must either guess or remove all their plugins. So here is a list of effects included with PDN which don't need to be listed.

Note: I'm not sure if this is the correct section.

Here is the list:

Adjustments:

Auto-level

Black and White

Brightness/Contrast

Curves

Hue/Saturation

Invert Colors

Levels

Posterize

Sepia

Artistic:

Ink Sketch

Oil Painting

Pencil Sketch

Blurs:

Fragment

Gaussian Blur

Motion Blur

Radial Blur

Unfocus

Zoom Blur

Surface Blur

Distort:

Bulge

Frosted Glass

Pixelate

Polar Inversion

Tile Reflection

Twist

Dents

Crystalize

Noise:

Add Noise

Median

Remove Noise

Photo:

Glow

Red Eye Removal

Sharpen

Soften Portrait

Render:

Clouds

Julia Fractal

Mandelbrot Fractal

Stylize:

Edge Detect

Emboss

Outline

Relief

Hope this helps :)

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As of version 3.36.

Tutorial authors often list which plugins are needed to complete a tutorial and link to them, however, they often cannot remember which ones are included in Paint.NET and must either guess or remove all their plugins. So here is a list of effects included with PDN which don't need to be listed.

Note: I'm not sure if this is the correct section.

Here is the list:

Adjustments:

Auto-level

Black and White

Brightness/Contrast

Curves

Hue/Saturation

Invert Colors

Levels

Posterize

Sepia

Artistic:

Ink Sketch

Oil Painting

Pencil Sketch

Blurs:

Fragment

Gaussian Blur

Motion Blur

Radial Blur

Unfocus

Zoom Blur

Distort:

Bulge

Frosted Glass

Pixelate

Polar Inversion

Tile Reflection

Twist

Noise:

Add Noise

Median

Remove Noise

Photo:

Glow

Red Eye Removal

Sharpen

Soften Portrait

Render:

Clouds

Julia Fractal

Mandelbrot Fractal

Stylize:

Edge Detect

Emboss

Outline

Relief

Hope this helps :)

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Yeah, i thought you meant it to be used by Ctrl + F, but some users might not use Ctrl + F, and they might just look for it normally. Categorizing would help, and i suppose it can hurt to categorize. It'll look better too lol :P

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Yeah, i thought you meant it to be used by Ctrl + F, but some users might not use Ctrl + F, and they might just look for it normally. Categorizing would help, and i suppose it can hurt to categorize. It'll look better too lol :P

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