Qimage update released: v2003.243|
(Wednesday, July 30, 2003 - 04:24 EDT)
Mike Chaney of DDI Software, the man behind popular imaging utility Qimage, dropped us an email with news of new updates to the program.
Perhaps most noticeable is that the name has been changed for simplicity. Formerly "Qimage Pro", the latter word has now been dropped since it could potentially confuse users into thinking that there were two versions of the program. The numbering scheme has also been changed to avoid confusion, with the current release being Qimage v2003.243.
Recent changes in Qimage include the ability to load much larger images (up to 32768 x 32768 pixels!), better error checking, improvements to batch filtering and the saturation filter, a new vector interpolation mode (sample here), higher interpolation performance and more...
We've been referring readers to Qimage for years, and Mike just keeps making the program better all the time. It has to be one of the most oft-updated shareware programs on the 'Net, and new features are regularly added. If you've not already tried the program, we recommend giving the free trial a spin. The full version can be purchased for $39.95, and there's a very generous upgrade policy - all future upgrades are free regardless of price changes for future versions...