Pixelmator Pro 2.0. Pixelmator Pro 2.0 is the biggest update to Pixelmator Pro yet. It features an all-new, more intuitive design, support for the new Macs powered by the incredible M1 chip, full compatibility with macOS Big Sur, and a whole lot more.
Pixelmator Photo 1.1.3 adds the ability to batch edit images in place while preserving nondestructive edits, set the image quality of automatically saved images, and includes a few additional fixes. You can now batch edit images in place and preserve nondestructive edits without exporting to .PHOTO format.
Pixelmator Photo for iPad was updated today to version 1.3, bringing new shortcut menus, customizable accent colors, and batch photo editing improvements to the app.
· Pixelmator has announced Pixelmator Pro 2.0. Pixelmator calls it 'the biggest update to Pixelmator Pro yet,' and it includes an all-new design, support for Macs using Apple's new M1 chip, full compatibility with the upcoming macOS Big Sur (macOS 11.0) and much more.
As a long time user of Pixelmator, I think the Pro version is a step forward. I love the new interface and the new selection feature (much faster and easy to use). Not 5 stars yet, since the NEW features (comparing with the old app) are not many. I'm very curious where this app will be in 1-2 years.
· Pixelmator 1.3.1 is available to order for US$59. Pixelmator 1.3.1 is a free update to current Pixelmator customers. System requirements, as well as a 30-day Pixelmator …
· The 1.3 can do more, faster with the same amount of power than the 1.2, and the same goes for the 1.2 vs. the 1.1. iRun26.2 said: It surprises me that the 1.3GHz professor could be so much more efficient than the 1.2GHz processor.
With Pixelmator Photo, I've started using just the one app and am happy with that. People need to stop assuming that all photo apps need the same functionality as Lightroom or other advanced photo management/editor apps. I bet most people who use Pixelmator Photo don't want that level of control. Those that do already have a Lightroom subscription.
· The 1.2 is about 10% faster than the 1.1 and the 1.3 is about 10% faster than the 1.2 from a CPU perspective. Each step also seems to be a bit more efficient, which improves battery life, generates less heat etc but I've seen no scientific quantitative measurements published.
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