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Corel to showcase products at Focus

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Corel Showcases Award-Winning Products at Focus on Imaging 2011
Corel Provides Great Offers on Corel® PaintShop Photo® Pro X3, Corel® Painter™ 11 and CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite X5 to coincide with Focus on Imaging 2011.
 
Maidenhead, UK – 3 March 2011 – Corel Corporation, a leading developer of graphics and digital media software, is pleased to announce its participation at the Focus on Imaging 2011 show.

The Corel team will be hosting a range of photo and video editing demonstrations and workshops at regular intervals throughout each day and invites attendees to meet the team of experts at its interactive Digital Darkroom stand E9, 6-9 March at Birmingham’s NEC.

Stop by the stand to learn more about multiple-award-winning image editing and creativity products, such as, Corel® PaintShop Photo® Pro, Corel® Painter™ and Corel® VideoStudio® Pro along with other Corel products and see them demonstrated by the team of experts.

Be one of the first to see Corel VideoStudio Pro X4 in action. The new version of Corel’s powerful video editing software is ideal for photographers who are getting into video and want a fun and creative environment in which to learn a new craft. VideoStudio Pro X4 allows you to pull in photos and HD video, create quick cuts and build your movie or slideshow with pro-looking effects and transitions. Use new tools like Stop Motion and Time-Lapse to create and share professional-quality videos. With outstanding speed and easy ways to bring great-looking movies to the screen, VideoStudio Pro X4 combines power and simplicity to break down the barriers to video editing.

Corel is also delighted to present some great offers which customers can take advantage of during the show or online.

·         Save 25% on Corel® PaintShop Photo® Pro X3: Buy for just £59.99 (inc VAT)
·         Save 25% on Corel® Painter™ 11: Buy for just £206.10 (inc VAT)
·         FREE Western Digital® 2 TB external hard drive* with the full version of CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite X5 (* Terms and conditions apply.)

For further information, visit the Corel Digital Darkroom at Stand E9 or click here.

“Corel is thrilled to be exhibiting at Europe's biggest annual imaging show as Focus on Imaging is a great environment for us to showcase our multiple-award-winning image editing and creativity products. Our Digital Darkroom stand is better than ever, so we look forward to meeting our users and hearing all about the great ways they use our software.” said Brett Denly, Senior Director, Channel Sales.

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