AVS Photo Editor

AVS Photo Editor 2.0

AVS Photo Editor is a feature-rich photo editing tool for Windows
3.3  (51 votes)
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AVS Photo Editor is a feature-rich photo editing tool for Windows. The application provides all the features you need to edit, enhance, and apply artistic effects to your photos in a quick and easy manner. It works with all the popular image formats, including JPEG, BMP, TIFF, PNG, GIF, and RAW.

AVS Photo Editor has an organized interface that is very easy to work with. The viewer in the center of the screen lets you preview the image you're working with and see all the changes applied instantly. You can change the viewing mode, show the before and after of your photo, and use different zooming options.

The tools available to retouch pictures are numerous; from red-eye effect removal, brightness/contrast adjustment, and image cropping/rotation, to more advanced settings like tone corrections (where you can manipulate exposure, saturation, etc.) white/color balance, and the possibility of fixing small imperfections. For all these parameters the application includes automatic corrections but it is also possible to customize the default values. In the presets section you will find ready-to-apply effects to give your pictures a particular touch, like sepia, black and white, and others. You can also create custom presets with your preferred settings.

Another essential feature of this application is the browser with a tree-like view that lets you quickly find the images you want to edit. There you can see the metadata embedded in your pictures and also apply automatic corrections to your images.

All in all, AVS Photo Editor is a powerful, full-featured tool to enhance photos. It has a user-friendly interface and is perfect for photographers and home users alike.

Mariel Rearte
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Review summary


  • Feature rich.
  • Easy to use.
  • Dozens of effects and presets.
  • Includes a browser


  • None, except for the limitations one can expect from a trial version: watermarks, dialogs asking you to register the product, etc
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