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2008.1 / December 31, 2008
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows (XP, 2003, Vista)|
|Type||Raster graphics editor|
RealWorld Photos can be used to create and edit raster images using drawing tools or by applying image filters. The application supports 32-bit RGBA color format, layers, and image masks.
Lossless .jpg modifications
The editor is able to minimize losses caused by repeated JPEG decompression and compression. If an image is being saved, the application inspects the original image and if it finds unchanged regions, it copies them from the source image without re-compressing them thus eliminating any losses. This functionality is transparent to the end user.
Batch image processing
Filters can be applied to multiple images at once. It is possible to create droplets acting as shortcuts to given batch operation and perform batch processing directly from desktop.
Many aspects of the editor can be extended by native plug-ins (filters, drawing tools, fill styles, views, storages, etc.). The application is also able to use image filters compatible with Adobe Photoshop.