Tag Archives: lossless

[v3.1.0] Alien Skin Blow Up – Extremely excellent nondestructive image zoomer

Alien Skin Software's BlowUp is a ultra-high-quality and pretty handy nondestructive image zooming tool released as Adobe Photoshop/Lightroom's filter plugin and standalone application. Its powerful features even leave many similar software (such as BenVista PhotoZoom Pro, Reshade Image Enlarger, Inpixio Photo Maximizer Pro...) in the dust!

SolveigMM Video Splitter – Fast, lossless video cutter/joiner famous for usability

SolveigMM Video Splitter is an outstanding and very fast (no encoding/decoding process required) lossless video editing software. Its intuitive interface enables users to split (remove the unwanted parts) / merge (join any format of video clips into a single big one) pretty much all common video formats accurately, correctly without quality loss.

SmillaEnlarger – Easy, fast and high-quality non-lossy image enlarger

SmillaEnlarger – Easy, fast and high-quality non-lossy image enlarger

In some cases, we may need to enlarge an image in order to see its more details. For high-definition pictures, if just zoom in several times, its quality can still make users satisfied; But when you need to enlarge it to more than ten times or even dozens of times, that must cause a sudden drop on quality and the appearance of jagged image (also called Mosaic). As to low-resolution images, the situation is even worse.

PhotoLine – AppNee calls it the Mini-Edition of Photoshop

PhotoLine is a lightweight, efficient, fast and easy-to-use image processing software from Germany, it seems to be becoming popular. AppNee likes to regard it as a mini version of Photoshop, this is not just because they have very similar UI and functions.

WebP Codec for Windows – View and use WebP format of images natively

WebP Codec for Windows – View and use WebP format of images natively

WebP is a new modern image format that supports both lossy and lossless compression launched by Google for Web use. In the same quality, it has much smaller file size than JPEG and PNG formats of images. If all goes well, WebP could soon become the new standard of Web images.