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GraphicConverter 8.3 adds Aperture library, Automator, Notification, etc. support

14 September 2012 1,926 views One Comment

Lemke Software's interim GraphicConverter releases regularly present an embarrassment of riches vis-a-vis features, tweaks and fixes — this dot-update is no exception

When most developers put out an update, you can often count the bullet points on a single hand. Lemke Software’s interim GraphicConverter releases regularly present an embarrassment of riches vis-a-vis features, tweaks and fixes — this dot-update is no exception.

GraphicConverter 8.3 (version history) is now available and comes to market with following:

• Added shared menu support
• Added Aperture library support
• Added Automator actions
• Added notifications (10.8)
• Added optional display indicator for exif rotation tag
• Added pdf export options
• Added copy/paste of GPS location to the browser
• Added support for Locr
• A score-plus other new features, tweaks and bug fixes

GraphicConverter offers a Cocoa front-end that only runs on 64-bit Intel Macs, requiring OS X 10.6.8 or later. As its name implies, GC can open and manipulate more than 200 image formats, and the integrated slideshow functionality is top notch.

You can download here or, if you are ready to buy, get GraphicConverter 8.3 on the Mac App Store ($38.99).

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