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If you are looking for PhotoLine, you have come to the right place. We explain what PhotoLine is and point you to the official download.

What is PhotoLine?

Photoline is a photo processor for Mac and Windows systems. Compatible with both 32- and 64-bit architectures, the software is a relatively high-performance image editor with nondestructive editing capabilities. The user has access to masks, layers and various enhancement options that range from a White Point adjustment of Perspective Distortion correction. The usual lineup of filters is available as well, from Unsharp Mask to Gaussian Blur, and users get to preserve and edit EXIF as well as IPTC information attached to an image.

Photoline also has options for custom layouts and text formatting: users can export documents as image-type PDF files, create vector pathways for text added to an image for more creative text flow and wrap lines, and work on projects with more than a single page (such as calendars and scrapbooks). The utility is also able to create animated graphics, from Flash presentations to buttons. It has multi-level undo, the capacity to process several files at once, support for macros, the ability to print any document according to any set of parameters, and the ability to make use of multiple cores for faster processing.

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File types supported by PhotoLine

Our users primarily use PhotoLine to open these file types:

About file types supported by PhotoLine

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Last updated: : July 27, 2014