Graphic Converter 3.8.2 full review

The shareware feature in April’s issue of Macworld listed a Top 10 of products that included GraphicConverter. From modest beginnings in 1991, as a very basic graphic format converter, it has blossomed into one of the all-time gems of the shareware world. Its functionality allows most users to achieve results that non-creatives use Photoshop for – and at less than five per cent of the price. Older and wiser
GraphicConverter has grown into a mature product, that now imports over 130 file formats and saves to more than 40. These include the various types of GIF and TIFF, EPS – although importing requires the aid of either EPStoPICT or GhostScript – and JPEG, through to many cross-platform formats and layered Photoshop images. It sports a comprehensive batching facility, and can also be used to create a slideshow from the graphics contents of a folder. GraphicConverter also handles basic image editing – such as colour depth, brightness, contrast, invert, mirror and rotate. It also features effects like gamma correction, sharpen edges, vectorize and a number of dithering options. And, it can use almost any Photoshop-compatible plug-in. Version 3.8 corrected a whole slew of bugs and added numerous new formats and a couple of important features: TWAIN import and AppleScript support.
Find the best price

Best prices today

Retailer Price Delivery  

Price comparison from over 24,000 stores worldwide