Desktop Blurrifier 1.0 Released for Mac OS X
March 22, 2012 in Utility
[prMac.com] Manheim, Pennsylvania - Chris Paveglio has released Desktop Blurrifier 1.0. Desktop Blurrifier allows Mac users to slightly blur an image to use it as a desktop image/wallpaper. A slightly blurred image brings icons onto your desktop into focus and lets you focus better on work and not the busy-ness of a detailed desktop picture.
Users can adjust the blur and scale of an image and then set it quickly to be the desktop image. It also allows changes to the image exposure (similar to contrast), saturation, and can colorize (like a monotone) an image. Desktop Blurrifier supports most of the popular image formats (jpg, png, tiff). PDF and EPS graphic files can also be used, and then a solid color can be selected when there is transparency (for example using a logo or vector graphic). Desktop Blurrifier supports multiple monitors. There is a live preview of the desktop image as you change values of your image.
* Blur an image from a little to a lot
* Scale images up and position to zoom into a smaller area of an image
* Exposure control
* Saturation control
* Colorize (monotone) control
* Supports multiple monitors and spaces
* Supports EPS and PDF graphics (some limitations)
* Solid background color picker for transparent EPS/PDF/images
Mac OS X 10.6.6
Pricing and Availability:
Desktop Blurrifier 1.0 is available immediately for $5 (USD) from the website and is also available on the Mac App Store.
Chris Paveglio creates Applescripts for the publishing and advertising industry, Cocoa applications, as well as custom Applescripts upon request. He deals primarily with Adobe integration, and FileMaker databases. As a graphic artist he can create printed documents, video and animation, and web ready graphics. All Material and Software (C) 2002-2012 Chris Paveglio / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Applescript, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.