GraphicConverter 10 is the universal tool for browsing, enhancing and converting images. Simply drag a folder onto GraphicConverter 10 to view your pictures.
The slide show for viewing and sorting images is a big hit among users. Use standard tools to edit images or display the most important controls in the window.
Professional users love GraphicConverter 10 because of it’s wide range of functions for handling meta data like Exif, IPTC, XMP and GPS. Want to copy the filename into the IPTC description? GraphicConverter 10 will take care of this for you.
You can open over 200 graphic file types and save images in over 80 formats. A simple multiple conversion mode takes care of batch runs. Want to use a batch function to alter the image size or change the color mode to CMYK? Dozens of batch functions are available.
GraphicConverter 10 has everything you would expect from a versatile image processing application for your Mac. Simple usage and far-reaching options await you along with stability and reliability.
In the press, GraphicConverter has been described as a “Swiss Army knife” and as an “all-round wizard for image editing on Macs”. We could not describe it better.
New features of version 10:
Would you like to put together a collage of the best photos from your vacation? No problem with the new Collage function. Select the image files in the Browser and open the Collage window where you will find basic layout functions. It is so easy to use that even your children could do it. That’s a promise.
You will notice how useful Face Recognition is, for example, when you want to print your best family photos for an annual album. Simply enter the names of people you want to add. GraphicConverter does everything else for you and will display the pictures in the Browser. You want to add your children’s best friends too? Simply enter their names and the job is almost done.
We all know the situation. You want to print several copies of a portrait or a passport photo on one sheet of paper. This is very easy now thanks to the new Picture Package function. Select the picture, open Picture Package and off you go. It is childishly simple and versatile. Also, it allows you to use valuable photo paper in an ideal way.
And much more…
• browser context menu: append path to iptc caption
• offset gps date/time stamp command
• dehaze batch action
• clear of keyword palette
• import of exported LR keywords into keyword palette
• sort by rating & aspect ratio and resolution & pixelsize added
• sort folders separate
• new service: convert to JPEG at 75 or 85 percent
• sliders in dialogs moveable by scrollwheel
• image context menu entry for animation: save frames as separate GIFs/PNGs
• browser context menu: copy exif date to other metadata dates
• browser preferences: ignore folders list
• preferences: browser/cloud drives - option to change paths to mirrored cloud drives
• display of autofocus point of some FUJI cameras
• open with application will be called with all selected files at once (macOS 10.10 or later)
• option to disable slideshow effects on 10.13.x or earlier
• option to disable display of zoom during slideshow zoom
• find duplicate resolves aliases and symlinks
• improved ratio display in browser
• Cocooner: export option: set file date to exif date
• ftp upload modernized
• improved Spotlight search of RAWs with sidecar file
Ratings and Reviews
Superb graphic application which does as much if not more than Photoshop
I have been using GraphicConverter since it was a simple program designed to change graphic file formats from one to another (hense the name). That was way over a decade ago at least. Thorsten Lemke hasn’t been passive and has added hundreds if not thousands of features to the point that it can do anything Photoshop can do and probably more. One of the best features is the author, Thorsten Lemke. If you post a problem/question on his forum, he usually replies personally in less than a day. He replies, not someone hired to answer questions using canned responses. He also is open to adding features that users ask for. Once I asked if GraphicConverter could do file name manipulation like other Apple apps. You know, click on the file name on the Toolbar and change the file name and/or location the file is stored. Whithin hours I received an email with a link to a new beta that included those features. Having personal contact with the author of a program is invaluable.
What can I say? GraphicConverter is a great program. Buy it now. Oh, and buy it from the Lemke website so you can avoid many stupid Apple restrictions.
Excellent product, even better supprt
I have been a user of Graphic Converter for many years. It is my go-to application for all graphics operations. I had the Apple Store version installed on my laptop and ran into the inexplicable restrictions Apple imposes on the App store version. The copy I have on my Mac Mini was downloaded directly from Lemke Software and has no such restrictions.
For example, I received a JPEG from my wife who asked me to remove the background. I quickly did this and saved the file. Since JPEG doesn’t support transparency, I was prompted to save as PNG. No matter where I tried to save the file (even the recommended Pictures folder), I was prevented from doing so due to the Apple Sandboxing “feature”. I am an administrator on my own laptop so permissions are not an issue. I ended up copying the content to the clipboard and using Preview to the save the file. The non-App store version has no such restriction. I don’t see any rhyme or reason for this sort of format-specific restriction.
I highly recommend the application, but do not recommend downloading it from the App store. Get it directly from Lemke Software to avoid these frustrating limitations imposed by Apple.
Best graphics app for Mac, and Best Product support
I purchased my first version of GraphicConverter in 2002, and have been using it ever since. It started out as a very simple to use program, and over the years more and more capabilities have been added that keep it up-to-date with the most recent formats and operations, while keeping the interface both elegant and simple. Best of all, over the years I have had questions on how to use it or how to get it to work on my mac updates, and the author, Thorsten Lemke, always responds personally and quickly. I cannot recommend this program, and this developer, enough. And as far as value is concerned, this does what all the bigger programs can do, but for a small fraction of the price. Capability intuitive interface value regular updates excellent product support = winner!
- Lemke Software GmbH
- 153.7 MB
- Graphics & Design
OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor
English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2002-2019 Lemke Software GmbH, 1992-2001 Thorsten Lemke
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.