GraphicConverter 8.7: Adds Core Image Filters, More
A significant minority of Adobe’s Photoshop customers are, well, pissed at piczilla for dictating a forced march to a pay forever (a.k.a. subscription) software business model. If you have been looking for a Photoshop replacement and your needs are modest, Lemke Software’s GraphicConverter 8 might be just the thing.
With more than 1.5 million loyal users worldwide, GraphicConverter is a serious image editor. A big part of the appeal is the ready stream of updates chock full o’ features, tweaks and bug fixes. Par example…
• GraphicConverter 8.7 ($38.99, MAS)
— added support for core image filters in batch
— added option to import pdf/eps without antialiasing
— added option to paste into corners
— added support for read and write of metadata in webp format
— added storage of OpenMeta
— added multicopy command
— added support for drag and drop in the browser to set keywords with text snippets
— added import of .rgb files (variant 0×20)
— A dozen plus updated features
— A dozen plus bug fixes
— See the full release notes
GraphicConverter 8 is a shareware application and a free, though nagging, version can be downloaded here.