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DiWalker
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Software Comparison

Post by DiWalker » Sun Mar 03, 2013 12:38 pm

Hi there
I have just been reading about, and watching videos on the Essentials software and it looks very interesting. I don't know whether I ought to ask this question here but can anyone give me an idea of how it compares with Embird. I have been using Embird for many years on an old laptop and have been very happy with its features. I would now however like software on my Macbook and it appears that many features I am used to appear also in Essentials. Has anyone experience of both programs who could advise me on pros and cons with both. Hope this isn't too bigger ask!!!
Many thanks
Di

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Re: Software Comparison

Post by Mac » Mon Mar 04, 2013 10:34 am

Embrilliance Essentials is superior to any product at comparable price points.

Merge embroidery designs in almost any format, even while they are in .ZIPs.
Resize, with stitch recalculation.
Colorize.
Convert Thread Brands on your designs.
Add lettering in Multi-Line, Monogram and Circle modes. You can even spiral text or make really LARGE letters.
Save in your machine’s format.
Save working files so that you can edit text later.
Print real-size templates.
Overlap designs and have significant understitching removed.
Run a simulator to show how your designs will sew out.
Group/ Ungroup
Change or remove individual colors in a design.
Have many chances to Undo your work.
Fit to Hoop with stitch recalculation.
Align and Distribute.
Add basting stitches to designs.
There are special, self-modifying designs that can be used, and some come with the program. These designs calculate their stitches as you play with them for super results!
Manage your threads, including marking ones you own.
Create Designer 1 floppy disks and USB sticks

All the above and more for just $149.95 .... !
Mac embroidery software "For The Rest Of Us!"

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