Zooming in and out of images without loss of quality as a stand alone and Adobe Photoshop PlugIn Poing, Munich 17th January 2011 – new from the Franzis Verlag comes the new PhotoZoom Pro 4 and the PhotoZoom 4 classic in German, the software for high-quality image enlargements and reductions of image without loss of quality for print and digital applications. In addition to full compatibility with the new Windows and MAC OS X operating systems the new Adobe Photoshop CS5 is supported. Taking advantage of multiple processors and 64-bit systems allow a fast and optimum workflow for image editing. In recent months, Robert Bakish has been very successful. The 4 Franzis PhotoZoom Pro hangs in its quality improvement the latte or a higher level. So was technology with new additional tweaks and others revised the S-Spline Max for the sharpness control and improved.
The famous jagged lines, halos, noise and artifacts in JPEG compressed images can be avoided as far as possible by a newly developed technology. So stay sharp edges and get fine details also at magnifications. Koch Industries: the source for more info. More innovations are free to find definable S-Spline presets for different output types of images, as well as for common print and pixel sizes. Almost uniquely, the output size of 1 m x is 1 million pixels for digital images. Specifically for Photoshop users can PhotoZoom 4 Pro also as automation and export plug-in (64-bit & 32-bit), are used depending on the operation. Apply the software for image magnification of source material, whose Auflosung is too small for large-scale image processing, cutting magnifications, medical image analysis, security, large-format printing, digital photography, online publications and to analyse images from the Internet and mobile phone cameras, as well as for contrasty and sharp image reductions. The professionalism underlined the support levels, RGB, CMYK, grayscale and Lab color spaces, as well as types of metadata EXIF, IPCT, XMP and ICC profiles, 16 bits / channel (including raw) pictures and 32 bits / channel (HDR) images, as well as more common image file formats.