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

What is Pixia?

Isao Maruoka’s Pixia is a raster image editor designed as a free alternative to premium programs like Adobe Photoshop and Corel Painter. Like its paid competitors, Pixia supports layers and image transparency, with the number of layers per file being supposedly limitless. The program also boasts seamless integration with Wacom as well as Yutron hardware, as well as Windows OS printers. Furthermore, it supports the majority of the existing color and image file formats, besides also having added support for PSD files.

Pixie allows many customizations to the workspace, including the typical provisions made for altering brush settings as well as a few less-typical perks for free graphics editors, such as advanced brush creation. Users can even select images to perform as brushes, making it possible for them to create their own pattern brushes. Pen and click settings can be customized in various ways too, such that the right click can perform either a color selection function or an undo operation.

The program is capable of supporting images as large as 10240x10240 pixels. However, users’ computer systems may render the figure lower if they have insufficient memory for the full maximum resolution.

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File types supported by Pixia

Our users primarily use Pixia to open these file types:

About file types supported by Pixia

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Last updated: : June 1, 2014