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GraphicConverter 6.4.1 supports bio-formats, NV12

updated 04:30 pm EDT, Fri April 24, 2009

GraphicConverter update

Lemke Software has released GraphicConverter 6.4.1, an update to its image editing and conversion software. Bio-formats are now supported, while the metadata change in the context menu works with other formats such as TIFF. Users can import NV12 files or images of CWK files. The program also uses threading for large previews, resulting in faster performance. A progress bar has been added to the print dialog for color matching to the print profile.

The program offers tools for image editing, image browsing, metadata editing, slideshows and image conversion for more than 200 file formats, with support for direct import from the camera. Users can create catalogs of images for printing or web publishing.

GraphicConvert 6.4.1 can be downloaded as a free update for registered users of version 6.0 or higher. New customers can purchase the software for $35.




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  1. jonbwfc1

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Oh glory be..

    How many people actually need Bio-format support, as oppose to those who would like an app that doesn't look and work like it was coded in 1987?

    Jon

  1. syzygi

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    God bless the ol' GC!

    For longer than I care to admit I used this program for free. I bought it a few years ago after it saved a rather expensive project for AUDI. The Jpegs i was sent got corrupted in winBlows and wouldn't open with Photoshop or any other program. I simply copied them to an external hard-drive and opened then using GC on my Mac PowerBook G4. They opened perfectly and i saved them as Jpegs and Tiffs. The re-saved files worked perfectly back in winBlows. Thanks Lemke Software, you're a life saver!

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