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Pixel

Pixel

Pixel is a commercial RGB, CMYK and HDR image editing, photo retouching, graphics manipulating and animation program available for many operating systems including Linux. It has been developed since 1997.

The proprietary licence grants individuals the right to evaluate the program for an unlimited time period before paying the author.

The evaluation version inserts visible watermarks in the images produced.

 Pixel 1.0

Price
$33

Size
13.6 MB (demo)

License
Proprietary License

Developer
Pavel Kanzelsberger

Website
www.kanzelsberger.com

System Requirements
libSDL
libfreetype (optional)
liblcms (optional)
libjasper (for JPEG2000 support)
openexr library

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Key Features:

  • Support for TWAIN and SANE compatible scanners, pressure sensitive tablets
  • JPEG-2000 format, OpenEXR, EXIF
  • Image editing: Support for layers, paths, channels, masks and selections
    Color Management support for RGB, CMYK, Grayscale and CIE Lab modes (8-bit and 16-bit)
    Support for HDR (High Dynamic Range) images with 32-bit/channel precision, HDR images in Pixel are editable in full HDR quality, not in 8-bit RGB as in competiting programs
    Realtime live effects for layers (adjustments, effects), sets of live effects can be saved as Layer styles
    Image browsing and searching
    Powerful text editing with spellchecking and support for IME/XIM (Asian languages)
  • Retouching:  Includes variety of brushes, including full-color brushes and animated brushes
    Brush retouching tools including special effects
    Retouching set of filter plug-ins 
  • Web features: Complex support for image slicing and image optimizations (GIF, PNG, JPEG, WBMP)
    Direct editing of generated HTML code without destroying user’s additions
    Support for clickable maps
    Support for small animations for your web pages (animated GIFs)
  • Translations for: German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Slovak, Croatian, Swedish, Polish, Russian, Hungarian, Afrikaans, Brazilian Portuguese and others


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