Pixelmator Pro is updated to include a better photo browser – what else is new?
Pixelmateur Pro for Mac has received a major update that includes a new Photos Browser, along with other improvements like better support for PSD and SVG files and better handling of photos stored in iCloud.
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Pixelmator 2.4.3 Odessa
Apple Insider reported that Pixelmator Pro 2.4.3 was released on Thursday, increasing and expanding timing optimizations as well as coloring feature tweaks.
Pixelmator Pro now has a revamped Photo Browser with better iCloud integration and a smoother photo browsing experience. When you open an iCloud photo in the app, for example, it’s now automatically downloaded at full resolution.
In the Photos app, new collections for Recents, Favorites, Panoramas, Selfies, and Screenshots will appear next to user-defined albums.
Other improvements to the Photos app on Mac will carry over to the new Photos browser.
Pixelmator Pro is available on the Mac App Store for $39.99. The update is free for existing users.
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What changes does the Pixelmator Pro update bring?
According to a report by 9to5macrecent photos, favorite photos, panoramas, selfies and screenshots are now organized in the same way as in the Apple Photos application.
Plus, any adjustments made in the Photos app are immediately visible in Pixelmator Pro. Keyboard shortcuts can even be used to change thumbnail sizes.
Pixelmator Pro now has better support for exporting PSD files thanks to the update. These files will now open in Adobe Photoshop with adjustable levels, curves, channel mixer, and other layer settings. Support for SVG files has also been improved.
9to5mac has also listed changes to the current Pixelmator Pro, which we’ve compiled below:
- Color adjustments applied to a layer can now be quickly converted to a color adjustment layer. Select Convert to Color Adjustment Layer from the More menu at the top of the Color Adjustments pane.
- In the Layers sidebar, you can now change the colors of forms and the Fill Color effect. Double-click on the layer thumbnail to bring up the color picker.
- Some shape-related stability and efficiency improvements have been added, as well as a bug with shape thumbnails has been fixed.
- Fixed: Scrolling through options to zoom on MacBook Air trackpads can sometimes fail.
- Fixed: Grain size and sharpness radius of Grain and Sharpness color adjustment layers are not scaled when image size is changed.
Pixelmator Pro Odesa went live last month
Mac Rumors reported that Pixelmator Pro 2.4 “Odesa” was released on the Mac App Store on April 12, and includes new layer types, vector shapes, increased support for Apple’s M1 Ultra chip, and more. other important improvements.
To be more specific, the Pixelmator Pro Odesa includes support for Apple’s M1 Ultra processor and machine learning model optimizations, which make automatic background removal, super resolution and enhancement up to 1.7x faster photos on M1 Ultra compared to M1 Max.
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