PhotoLine 18.00 MacOS X | 27.8 MB
PhotoLine is an image processing utility, image browser, layout program, vector editor, batchconverter and Web editor with a multitude of powerful functions.
PhotoLine is available as 32 or 64 bit application. Imaging functions supported are Lab, CMYK, 16 bit channels, ICC profiles and raw data profiles for digital cameras. PhotoLine offers all the tools you need: Painting, cloning, filtering, blending and flood fill, special effects like squirl, shadow, glowing, distorb, morphing, 3d projection. Also supports, working layers, clipping layers, dynamic layer effects. EXIF digital camera data and IPTC data are also supported. Multiple undo/redo levels, plugin filters and much more.
Save and read your PDF-files with PhotoLine. Create vector graphics, add, remove, move vector points. Convert lines to beziers, fill with pattern, etc.
PhotoLine also has an action recorder. You can record your jobs and use the batch converter to convert them into an animated gif. Do all your work for the Web with PhotoLine. Transparent and animated GIFs, animations, JPEG2000, HD-Photo, Flash format (swf). Create animated buttons, image maps, and more with PhotoLine!
- The Distort Tool. The Distort tool can distort layers by using a grid. The distortion is lossless, so you can edit it later. You can freely add or remove grid points.
- The Straighten Tool. If you want to straighten many images, you can use the Straighten tool. Just drag a line, that should become straight, and PhotoLine will do the rest.
- Move/Zoom Synchronously. If the Moving Hand is the active tool, the synchronous move and zoom can be activated via the tool settings. This way two similar images can be placed side by side and be examined on detail differences.
- Brush Settings. The brush settings now offer a lot of dynamic options.
- Hue Editor. The Hue Editor is a more flexible version of Hue/Saturation. The settings are made here with curves, so that the edits and improvements can be realized much more precisely and without restrictions.
- Vector Operations. Vector layers are now offering the operations: Union, Intersection, Difference and Exclusion (XOR).
- External Programs. PhotoLine can now invoke external programs for manipulating images. It is possible to select a third-party filter or a PDF Viewer.
- Straighten and Crop Image. If you have scanned a photo with the scanner, this function automatically straightens the image and cuts off the unwanted edges.
- Copy/Paste Layer Styles and Layer Attributes. Layer styles and layer attributes can now quickly be transferred from one layer to another by copying and pasting. Layer attributes include the layer style, the fill colors and the outline styles of a layer.
- Hide Border Content. If you are creating a document for printing, the content should exceed the pages, so that cropping can be performed correctly. But this exceeding content can be distracting. Therefore PhotoLine has now an option to hide those parts of the document.
- User Interface Color. You can now change the user interface color of PhotoLine.
- Dockable Panels with Tabs. Now you can adjust PhotoLine even better to your needs: you can now regroup all dockable panels.
- Panel Layout. You can now reset the panel layout to its original state. Furthermore you can lock the panel layout. This way you will no longer be able to accidentally move a docked panel.
- More Than One Window per Document. You can now open multiple windows for a document on Mac OS X, too. If you did so, each window can now display a different page.
- Adjustable Ruler Origin. This function allows you to modify the ruler origin of a document. Sometimes this makes it easier to place layers.
- Tools in Toolbars. Tool icons can now be inserted in any toolbar allowing you to assemble your own toolbox.
- Grid and Guides. Now the grid and the (automatic) guides can be temporarily enabled or disabled in almost all functions by holding the Opt/Alt key. The exact function is adjustable. So you can for example specify that Opt/Alt only affects the grid.
- WebP Import and Export. WebP is new file format, which is intended to replace JPEG. It allows to create very small image files.
- PDF Import and Export. The PDF import and export has been enhanced. It now supports XMP metadata and imports DeviceN images better.
- Additionally Save PLD File. This new option allows you to always save your files without losing information. If you want to save a document as JPEG, the resulting file will only contain a single image layer, because JPEG can just save single image layers. By activating this new option, PhotoLine will save a PLD file along with the JPEG. The next time you are opening the JPEG file, PhotoLine will automatically load the PLD file instead, and you will get a complete document and not a single image.
- Metadata. The internal management of metadata has been changed to XMP, which is the current standard for metadata.
- 32 Bit per Color Channel. Vector layers can now use extended colors with a depth of 32 bit per color channel, too. Additionally gradients are now supporting the full range of 32 bit, too. This is true for both the gradient tool and using gradients as color.
- Adjustment Layers. Adjustment layer are used for applying filters and other operations lossless to images. In order to restrict the effect of an adjustment, the data of the adjustment layer are used as mask. Quite often you have to soften this mask to achieve a smooth transition. This softening can now be made lossless, too, by using the corresponding setting in the Layer Attributes panel.
- Document Information. The Document Information dialog for managing the metadata of a document is now supporting automatic text completion. PhotoLine is storing the last values allowing quick retrieval.
Intel, OS X 10.5 or later
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