If you are looking for GraphicsMagick, you have come to the right place. We explain what GraphicsMagick is and point you to the official download.
What is GraphicsMagick?
GraphicsMagick is software that installs a vector and raster graphics editor on the computer. The software was originally developed as a derivative of ImageMagick, specifically the 5.5.2 version of the software. ImageMagick is software for editing raster graphics. It is now being developed independently, separate from ImageMagick.
The software provides a range of graphics editing tools that allow the user to manipulate the images in several ways. Image rotation, resizing, and color adjustment are some of the basic features of the program. Users may also crop and adjustment image sharpness.
Users may initiate editing processes from the command-line interface, or from the respective interfaces of the following programming languages: C, C++, Lua, Perl, Python and Ruby; as well as Tcl. Writing scripts through the interfaces of these languages is enabled through application programming interfaces (APIs) included in the software.
GraphicsMagick is a cross-platform software program that can run on Linux, Unix, Mac OS X and Windows. For Windows systems, the software is most compatible with Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.
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File types supported by GraphicsMagick
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About file types supported by GraphicsMagick
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Last updated: : March 14, 2013