By Lemke Software GmbH
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-- GraphicConverter 10 is now available in the Mac App Store --
This version (GraphicConverter 9) is still available for customers with MacOS 10.7 or 10.8. Because GraphicConverter 10 requires 10.9 or later.
Customers who purchased GraphicConverter 9 between January 1 and May 25, 2016 receive the upgrade to GraphicConverter 10 free of charge. Just contact our support with a proof of your purchase.
The application offers the ease-of-use, wealth of features, and staunch reliability that you have come to expect from our software.
Non-destructive image editing
A new Cocooner editing mode allows you to make modifications to the image appearance while keeping your original image data unchanged.
You can adjust the brightness and contrast of an image, crop and rotate it, save it, and then revert the image to its original state at any time in the future or continue editing it without any loss of quality. You can also export the altered image to all of the supported formats.
Undo in Browser
In this version of GraphicConverter, most of the file and folder operations that you perform in the application’s own browser can be undone. For example, if you delete or move a file or folder accidentally, or just change your mind, you can press Command-Z or choose Undo from the Edit menu to restore it.
The application supports improvements in Multiple Displays, App Nap, and more.
What's New in Version 9.7.5
• added support for a new Windows 10 icon encoding method
• translations updated
• optimized browser context menu
• added import of image from SubIFD of XIF files if the main image uses an unknown compression scheme
• old batches will automatically copied to the new storage location upon the first launch
• improved support for 10.11
• added unicode filename support to HTML catalog creation
• translations updated
Wonderful and extremely useful!
I’ve been a long time user of GraphicConverter and can’t recommend it highly enough. It’s ability to read and convert image formats as well as its utility for viewing and handling large image libraries has been unparalleled. If I had any issues it has nothing to do with GraphicConverter itself but with the Mac App Store version which has some features removed and lacks upgrade pricing for new versions. While buying here will get you a great product, you might consider going to Lemkesoft and buying direct. You can also convert your Mac App Store license to a direct licence by writing their tech support.
No Kodak PCD Support
The App Store version of this does not open Kodak PCD images, which is why I bought it. This is an Apple thing not from Lemke Software.
So get your money back from Apple and buy direct from Lemke.
Not worth it
Sorry, not seeing why I have to pay full price for an upgrade. (Or even how I got version 9—which appears to be designed for photography; that’s not what I originally purchased.) Besides, it’s not letting me edit some simple greyscale jpgs—just want to draw in some lines & can’t do it. And there’s no feedback as to what’s going on. Plus, it’s laggy as all get-out. It’s making no sense whatsoever. Going to find something to replace it.
I’d be really, really cautious about this app.
- Category: Photography
- Updated: Mar 03, 2016
- Version: 9.7.5
- Size: 64.8 MB
- Languages: English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian Bokmål, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
- Seller: Lemke Software GmbH
- © 1992-2001 Thorsten Lemke, 2002-2016 Lemke Software GmbH
Compatibility: OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor
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