Richmond, Canada (PressExposure) July 08, 2008 -- AKVIS Software, Inc. announces the releases of AKVIS Magnifier, an efficient tool to increase image resolution. Featuring advanced photo resizing algorithms, AKVIS Magnifier enlarges digital pictures to super-high resolution for producing stunning enlargements and poster-size prints. The sophisticated algorithm keeps edges smooth, sharp and clearly defined while improving image appearance by removing unwanted noise and compression artifacts.
AKVIS Magnifier makes it easy for anyone to produce professional-looking enlargements out of any photo. The product is available for both Windows and Mac. No photo editor is required with AKVIS Magnifier, and no steep learning curve is involved. AKVIS Magnifier is easily configurable and allows fine-tuning the enlargements by allowing complete control over the image sharpness and edges. All settings can be quickly tried, adjusted and combined by simply clicking and sliding.
The new photo enlargement product allows taking a photo and enlarging it 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. Larger formats are viewed from the distance and often donât require that high a resolution, allowing even larger enlargements of 200x200 inch (a whooping 5x5 meter) to be printed.
Resizing pictures with AKVIS Magnifier yields a much higher quality than simple bicubic interpolation. Using sophisticated resize algorithms, AKVIS Magnifier is able to output enlargements with smooth, sharp and clearly defined edges. Depending on particular needs, AKVIS Magnifier can be fine-tuned to produce images that look exactly as required for a given purpose. The photo enlarger works great if a modest 1.1x, 2x or 4x enlargement is needed, but it truly shines if used to blow up a photo to 10x or 20x the original size.
Whether creating poster-size images or adding resolution for printing an enlargement, AKVIS Magnifier will make your prints look sharper and better defined. Visit AKVIS.com to download a free trial version!
A free evaluation version is available at http://akvis.com