AKVIS Magnifier is an efficient tool for increasing image resolution.
AKVIS Magnifier allows resizing images without noticeable loss in quality. If you attempt to blow up a picture (increase its resolution) using the standard Resize command of a photo editor, you will notice that the resulting photo is blurred and pixelated. The reason is that the input photo didn't contain enough information for the new size. AKVIS Magnifier will cope with this problem and deliver good results.... More Info »
Featuring advanced enlargement algorithms, Magnifier enlarges digital pictures to super-high resolution for producing stunning poster-size prints. The algorithm keeps edges smooth, sharp and clearly defined, while improving image appearance by removing unwanted noise and compression artifacts.
Resizing pictures with AKVIS Magnifier yields a much higher quality than simple bicubic interpolation. Depending on particular needs, AKVIS Magnifier can be fine-tuned to produce images that look exactly as required for a given purpose. The software allows enlarging an image to a super-high resolution of up to 30000x30000 pixels, making a 100x100 inch (2.5x2.5 meter) poster easily printable at typographic quality of 300dpi.
AKVIS Magnifier makes it easy for anyone to produce professional-looking photos. It is easily configurable and allows fine-tuning the resulting photo by allowing complete control over the image sharpness and edges. Home users can apply the program to enlarge photos taken from Internet or images taken with a low-resolution camera.
Whether creating poster-size images or adding resolution for a better printing quality, AKVIS Magnifier will make your enlarged image look crisp and clear.
This photo resizing software is available in two editions: a plugin and a standalone program.
The standalone program works with JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF formats, supports color modes RGB, Grayscale, CMYK, Lab 8/16/32 bits per channel. The program allows printing large images at a high resolution.
The plug-in version of Magnifier is compatible with Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. In Photoshop the Magnifier plugin supports Batch Processing that allows you to automatically convert a series of images. Just create an Action in Photoshop and apply the plug-in with the same settings to a folder full of images. The plugin works with any (one-layered) images.