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Pixel Image Editor
An image editor for pretty much any operating system:
MacOS, Windows, Linux, Solaris, Zeta(BeOS), DOS,...

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Pixel on other
operating systems:
eComStation
SkyOS
MorphOS

 

 Pixel Image Editor is a raster imaging tool with support for layers and animation. It is available for many operating systems, including Windows, MacOS, Zeta, Linux, Solaris, Linspire,...
Windows
MacOSX
Linux/FreeBSD
BeOS/Zeta
Pixel has a multiplatform design and looks the same on every supported platform. Also, every file produced with Pixel is cross-platform and can be copied from one platform to another. This is a feature list for v1.0 final available early 2007 at the latest.

Platforms

  • Pixel is running following platforms now: Windows, Linux/x86, Linux/PPC, Linspire, Zeta/BeOS/x86, QNX/x86, FreeBSD/x86, MacOSX/PPC and MacOSX/x86, MorphOS/PPC, eComStation, OS/2, SkyOS and DOS
  • In future following ports are possible if there’s general interest: Linux/x86_64, Linux/ARM, Solaris/x86, Solaris/Sparc, Window x64, NetBSD/x86

Core

  • Pixel is an extremely small and fast application
  • it is easy to translate to any language as it supports full Unicode, all available translations are available at once (English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Slovak, Croatian, Swedish, Polish, Russian, Hungarian, Afrikaans, Brazilian Portuguese and others)
  • supports TWAIN compatible scanners, digital cameras
  • supports SANE compatible scanners, digital cameras and others (Linux, BeOS, eComStation)
  • pressure sensitive tablets support
  • printing support
  • multiple color managed clipboards
  • various image formats handling (GIF, PNG, JPG, TIFF, BMP, PSD…)
  • support for JPEG-2000 format
  • support for OpenEXR format
  • EXIF support

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)

HDR support

On these two screenshots you can compare same operation (Exposure) performed on standard RGB picture and on HDR (High Dynamic Range) picture.


Other interesting features

On these screenshots you can see other interesting features. For example: a) full color management between copy/paste operations on images from difference sources, b) editing HTML code associated with slices and clickmaps (Pixel can update it’s own HTML code in smart way by keeping user’s code untouched), c) font substitution with small preview, d) editing JPEG-2000 image



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of v1.0

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Once released: only $89
 
 
 









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