GraphicConverter

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GraphicConverter
Developer(s)Lemke Software GmbH
Initial release1992; 32 years ago (1992)
Stable release
12.0.3[1] / June 19, 2023; 10 months ago (2023-06-19)
Preview release
12.0.4 beta build 6112[2] / August 22, 2023; 8 months ago (2023-08-22)
Operating systemmacOS 10.13 or greater[3]
TypeGraphics editor
LicenseShareware
Websitewww.lemkesoft.de/en/products/graphicconverter/

GraphicConverter is computer software that displays and edits raster graphics files. It also converts files between different formats. For example, one can convert a GIF file to a JPEG file.

The program has a long history of supporting the Apple Macintosh platform,[4] and at times it has been bundled with new Mac purchases.[5]

As of 2023, GraphicConverter can import about 200 file types and export 80.[6] Images can also be retouched, edited, and transformed using tools, effects and filters. The software supports most Adobe Photoshop plug-ins, including TWAIN.[7] The application features a batch processor, slideshow mode, image preview browser, and access to metadata comments (such as XMP, Exif, and IPTC).

GraphicConverter is available in more than a dozen languages[8] including:

Old versions that run on classic Mac OS are available for download and include a license key. These versions are no longer supported, however.[9]

The currently supported version runs on macOS, is available as shareware, and is maintained by LemkeSoft, a software company based in Germany.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "GraphicConverter 12.0.3 (build 6156) Release Notes". Lemke Software GmbH.
  2. ^ "GraphicConverter beta 12.0.4 (build 6213) Release Notes". Lemke Software GmbH.
  3. ^ "Lemke Software download". Lemke Software.
  4. ^ "GraphicConverter Turns 3.0". TidBITS.
  5. ^ "GraphicConverter 9 (for Mac) Review". PC Magazine.
  6. ^ "Import and Export Formats". Lemke Software.
  7. ^ "Plug-in architecture". Lemke Software.
  8. ^ "Graphic Convertor 12 Released". Digital Photography Review.
  9. ^ "Old versions". Lemke Software.

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