Moscow, Russian Federation – Corner-A today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of LightFrame 2.0 for Mac OS X. The New version of LightFrame brings an improved user interface and new rendering engine made from the scratch. Both stability and performance increased, and a lot of features were added as well, including frame stacks. LightFrame now allows to add even complex frames with few clicks and set up every aspect of the frame.
LightFrame is the best way to frame digital photos with your Mac. This simple, fast and accurate native solution combines the powers of Apple’s core technologies with the flexibility and efficiency of proprietary application-specific modules. LightFrame supports all image formats that are supported by MacOS including RAW images, it uses your GPU to process the photos wherever possible, and it turns photo styling work into fun. Built-in library in combination with flexible frame stacks and complex materials results infinite possible output frames.
* Simple and clean user interfaces
* Quick processing preview with built-in and growable library of Presets
* Built-in Presets library contains more than 50 templates simulating analog cameras and applying modern abstract effects
* Flexibility and full customization of presets with number of boult-in framers and materials.
* Includes textures library to be used as borders, brushes and materials
* Various supported image formats
* GPU accelerated rendering
* Mac OS X Version 10.6 Leopard or higher
* CoreImage compatible video card is strongly recommended
LightFrame 2.0 has smooth learning curve, Mac native look and feel. Affordable price and good co-operation with another Corner-A product – PhotoStyler – makes it good choice for any amateur photographer interested in framing their photos. There is also a special price for LightFrame + PhotoStyler bundle, details at Corner-A online.
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