Image Formats

Load, save and convert images in the most popular file formats

  • Read and write images of various formats
  • Extended JPEG, TIFF, PSD support
  • Export EPS/PDF as a print-ready vector image
  • Optimize traffic with WebP
  • Manage file metadata (EXIF, IPTC, XMP, Clipping Path and Adobe Resources)
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Work with most popular image formats

Graphics Mill supports most popular image formats. Load, save or convert your images between various file formats.

Format Read Write Metadata Animated / multipage Vector graphics
JPEG
TIFF
PNG
WebP
PSD
GIF
PDF
EPS preview only
RAW preview only
SVG
TARGA
BMP

When loading or saving an image, you can be sure that it is opened in the original pixel format and color space. It loads not only a bitmap, but also an embedded color profile or the associated metadata (EXIF, XMP, IPTC, Adobe Resources).

If an image is very large, there is no need to read or write the entire bitmap into memory. You can process an image chunk-by-chunk!

Extended JPEG support

  • Both RGB and CMYK.
  • Lossless JPEG rotate/flip/crop.
  • Lossless metadata processing.
  • Partial JPEG recompression.
  • Fast rescaling without JPEG decoding.
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Extended TIFF support

  • Exotic pixel formats (16-bit per channel, ACMYK, etc).
  • Spot color channels.
  • Various compression modes (including OJPEG).
  • Multipage TIFFs.
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Extended PSD support

  • Read all layers and preview.
  • Both image and text layers.
  • Extract font and paragraph settings.
  • Merge all layers together and export as JPEG or PDF.
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Export vector images to PDF/EPS

Graphics Mill can be used to create vector PDF or EPS files. Unlike many other PDF libraries which are designed to generate reports, Graphics Mill works better for creating print designs like business cards, stationary, etc.

  • Create one or more pages.
  • Add graphics (lines, rectangles, curves and others)
  • Add images
  • Add text (including multiline and artistic)
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Optimize traffic with WebP

Back in 2010, Google presented new image format, WebP, intended to reduce internet traffic. According to their research, in average it is 25-30% smaller than JPEG and PNG images with the same quality. This format is natively supported on Chrome and Android.

Graphics Mill allows both reading and writing WebP files:

  • Lossy and lossless compression
  • Configurable quality
  • Support of alpha channel (transparency)
  • Both static images and animation
JPEG
JPEG - 2.1 MB
WebP
WebP - 1.5 MB