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AKVIS Magnifier 6.0



Released:2012-09-03
License:$129.00
Publisher:AKVIS
Language:English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
Platform:Vista, Windows, MAC
Requirements:1 Gb RAM, 8 Gb HDD, display 1024x768
Install:Install and Uninstall
Downloads:1359
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Publisher's Description:

AKVIS Magnifier - Enlarge images to high resolution with sophisticated algorithms. AKVIS Magnifier upscales digital images with advanced enlargement algorithms, preserving edge to edge image sharpness while improving image appearance by removing unwanted noise and compression artifacts. Get super-high resolution pictures and produce stunning enlargements and poster-size prints. The sophisticated algorithms keep edges smooth, sharp and clearly defined at the same time.

AKVIS Magnifier makes producing professional enlargements and poster-size prints easy and quick. Available for Windows and Mac, AKVIS Magnifier does not require an external photo editor to operate. The resizing is easily configurable and allows fine-tuning the enlargements by introducing complete user control over important parameters such as image and edge sharpness. All settings can be quickly tried, adjusted and combined by simply clicking and sliding.

Just take a photo and enlarge it to a super-high resolution of up to 30000x30000 pixels, to print a100x100 inch poster with typographic quality of 300dpi. Larger formats are viewed from the distance, allowing for even larger prints of 200x200 inches a whooping 5x5 meters.

Resizing pictures with AKVIS Magnifier yields a much higher quality than bicubic interpolation. Using complex math based on sophisticated resize algorithms, the resizer outputs enlargements with smooth, sharp and clearly defined edges. Depending on your particular needs, AKVIS Magnifier can be fine-tuned to produce images that look exactly as required for a given purpose. The photo enlarger works great if a modest 1.1x, 2x or 4x enlargement is needed, but it truly shines if used to blow up a photo to 10x or 20x the original size.

Whether creating poster-size images or adding resolution for printing an enlargement, AKVIS Magnifier will make your prints look sharper, clearer and better defined.

AKVIS Magnifier goes in two editions: standalone application and Photoshop plugin.

List of Changes:

Version 6.0 from 2012-09-03

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Version 5.5 from 2012-03-30

Added compatibility with upcoming Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop Elements 11 for the plugin version. Fixed a bug that caused the program to crash when using GPU on Mac OS X Lion 10.7.3. Improved color processing when loading the RAW images.

Version 5.0 from 2011-08-23

Support for GPU. New parameter -Remove Artifacts. Two interface modes: Express and Advanced. Image View Modes (Before/After). Batch Processing. Compatibility with Mac OS X Lion. Support for RAW files.

Version 4.0 from 2010-11-01

All parameters were grouped in sections: Downsize and Upsize. Added the new parameter Sharpness to Downsize section.

Version 3.5 from 2010-07-01

Bugs have been fixed, and the plug-in version now have 64 bit support (is compatible with Photoshop CS4-CS5 64-bit) on Windows and Macintosh.

Version 3.0 from 2009-12-23

Added new measurement units to specify the size of the output image. In addition to pixels and per cent, it is now possible to set the size in centimeters, millimeters or inches. New interface design. Support for 64 bit has been added to the plug-in version.

Version 2.0 from 2008-11-05

The plugin version made available. Now there are two editions of Magnifier: a stand-alone application and a Photoshop plug-in. Support of images in Lab mode. Print dialog. New interface languages (Spanish, French, Italian). Bugs fixed.

Version 1.2 from 2008-07-11

Added new languages: German, Japanese. Fixed some bugs that caused the program to crash: during saving 16 bit images with alpha-channel as jpeg; during loading tiff files unsupported by libtiff.

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Latest User Reviews:

Dwaters 2008-11-05 11:15:37 #
Version: 1.2

Amateur Photo Enthusiast

The program seems to work ok for photos with about a 300 dpi. The reason that I was interested in akvis magnifier is that I have been trying (with no success) to enlarge a few thumbnails that have a very low dpi (about a 100.) One was taken with a sony digital camera. The original photo was damaged, leaving only the thumbnail. The other with a cell phone camera. These photos are very important to me.
So far what ever I do and what ever software that I have tried to date I have been unable to get a good enlargement. Can this software enlarge thumbnails with a low dpi ? Am I possibly doing something wrong ? Is it even possible to do this.... ? Thank You, Dennis




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