January 11, 2012 in Image Editing (E)
[prMac.com] Peine, Germany - Lemke Software today is proud to announce the immediate availability of GraphicConverter 7.6, their image editing and conversion utility for Mac OS X. GraphicConverter is the ultimate tool for image editing, image browsing, metadata editing, slideshows, image conversion from more than 200 file formats and much more. The new version does add a highlights and shadows function, color balance and much more.
New Feature Highlights:
* Added shadow and highlights
* Added color balance
* Added histogram equalization
* Added metadata tab to slideshow preferences; fontsize, color and metadata can now be choosen
* Added search feature to preferences dialog
* Russian translation added
* Customized options to set rating and label with the keyboard in the browser and slideshow
* Cursor up/down in image does recognize user selection for natural scrolling on 10.7 or later
* Support for scanning from network scanners with image capture added
* Create alpha channel from embedded path command added
* sepia batch added
* Create alpha channel from embedded path batch added
* Added menu entry to show preferences file
* Added Xe847 (automatic) batch function
* Added BLP import option to mirror vertically
* Option to disable reopen of last windows upon launch on Lion added
German, English, French, Danish, Sweden, Italian, Spanish, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Czech, Dutch, Catalan, Brazilian Portuguese and Russian
* Mac OS 10.5 or later
Pricing and Availability:
GraphicConverter 7.6 is a free update to registered users of GraphicConverter 7.0-7.5. New users may purchase the software for $39.95 (USD) directly from their website or the Mac App Store. New users can download a free trial version from their website.
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