SharpResize

SharpResize 2.3

Prepare better thumbnail images, resized uniformly and with a polished look.
 
2.3.1 (See all)

SharpResize lets you prepare better thumbnail images, resized uniformly and with a polished look. It now automatically makes 2x and 3x versions of the image if desired so that your image looks sharp on Retina / 5k screens (the quality of these will of course depend on the size of the input image) It is lightweight, has convenient controls and shortcuts, and produces a more polished result. Many ways to grab your image grab from clipboard drag to Dock icon, application, or alias drag into SharpResize's image well, or open with a file dialog More polished result because it uses Lanczos resampling rather than the more usual Bicubic Further sharpening can be applied using a luminance sharpening filter which enhances the contrast between pixels without affecting the color information Simple controls for output size / quality Controls for exposure, contrast, saturation A 'single-step' keyboard shortcut (Ctrl-Shift-S) to grab the image, process the image, and open the save dialog in one move 2x and 3x images with no extra clicks supports formats .ai, .eps, .pdf Lightweight and fast-loading

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