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GraphicConverter 8.1 adds 16-bit per channel support

3 June 2012 1,187 views 3 Comments

And, of course, that’s all about opening and saving TIFF and RAW format images. Right then, costs less and opens just about anything, including XPS formatted files, that you can throw out it. There is a lot of value in Lemke Software’s ever insurgent image editing application.

GraphicConverter 8.1 (version history) is now available and comes to market with the following features and fixes:

• Support for 16-bit per channel added (for import and export of tiff, import of raw, etc. formats)
• Map support added for gps location display
• Reorganized pdf location to save space
• Added support for home and end key to scroll to the left or right edge inside an image
• Updated ExifTool to 8.93
• Added support for option key + page up/down, home and end key to scroll left/right
• A bunch of bug fixes
• See also: GraphicConverter 8 goes 64-bit, bids PPC adieu

Get a nagware demo of GraphicConverter 8 here. If you’re ready buy, get GraphicConverter on the Mac App Store ($38.99).

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