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Visifex debuts ImageMachine for OS X

updated 08:45 am EDT, Wed June 14, 2006

ImageMachine for OS X

Visifex Software today launched ImageMachine for OS X, which provides easy, drag & drop batch image processing. It supports over 70 file formats, and features 33 image filters. ImageMachine leverages Apple's Core Image library, allowing users to use their GPU to apply a broad library of image filters, ranging from simple color shifts to drastic geometric transformations. ImageMachine is multithreaded, so it will take full use of newer Macs with multiple cores and/or CPUs. ImageMachine's Universal Binary runs natively on both Intel and PPC Macs. ImageMachine uses Mac OS X's internal image reading capabilities where available, and in the case of more obscure formats, ImageMachine uses the powerful ImageMagick library to read a vast number of formats. It includes 33 image filters, which range from simple scaling, to artistic color effects and geometry transformations. A demo offers full functionality with a watermark restriction, while the the full version is $20. [corrected]

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