Shortcut PhotoZoom Professional (S-Spline Technology) is a revolutionary, patented and awarded technology. It is able to render image magnifications without the serrated edges - yet perfectly focused - without any loss of quality!
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Description: Specially designed for the demanding image processing professional, Shortcut PhotoZoom Professional (S-Spline Technology) is a revolutionary, patented, and awarded technology which includes the best tools available for enlarging digital images.
Quality loss caused by digital image magnification is a very common problem among professionals. PhotoZoom Professional is able to render true to life image magnifications, without the serrated edges - yet perfectly focused - without any loss of quality! The software is perfectly suited for image magnification in digital photography, large printing, and DTP, but also in the Internet and industrial image processing (such as space technology, medical applications, security e.g. police).
Currently there is no better solution than S-Spline Technology for digital image enlargement...
- Improved S-Spline Algorithm
- Advanced fine-tuning tools for even better enlargement results
- Batch conversion
- Supports more file formats (48 & 64 Bit support)
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