The program that copes with the all-powerful Photoshop, Pixelmator Pro, has come with a new update. It makes the program be and be in perfect harmony with macOS Monterey. But not only that. It has also put the batteries to take advantage of all the power developed by the new 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro. With the new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, which have already demonstrated their power and the first orders are still in transit.
The Pixelmator Pro team of developers have ensured that the new update offers full support for macOS Monterey, including a library of shortcut actions, and takes full advantage of the power of the latest M1 Pro and M1 Max chips in the new MacBooks. Pro. Right now the app uses the neural engine inside the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips to accelerate its machine learning effects, allowing functions like ML Super Resolution run 15 times faster than the latest generation Intel models.
The new shortcuts They include applying presets for color adjustment, automatic cropping, rotating and resizing images. Mask image, ML matching colors, transparent pixel cropping, ML super resolution scaling and file format conversion. Plus Monterey feature integration and compatibility.
Pixelmator Pro has also added some new features:
- The Split comparison view allows users to compare the results of all edits against a particular layer, with a slide-out split view superimposed on how the layer originally looked.
- New Bokeh blur effect to add background blurs to images with a result similar to traditional camera optics.
- Import images from FaceTime camera with portrait masks already available to simulate synthetic background blur compositions.
The update is ready through your app from the App Store.
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