DeBabelizer Pro
DeBabelizer Pro
6.1.4

4.5

DeBabelizer Pro free download for Mac

DeBabelizer Pro

6.1.4
20 October 2006

Make Web images load at quicker speeds.

Overview

DeBabelizer Pro is a popular tool of professional Web designers, DeBabelizer is a wonderful application for working with, translating, and generally making sense of graphics files. While this stripped-down version of the program has nowhere near the capabilities of its more robust sibling, it can be a handy tool for opening images, creating slide shows, and converting graphics files to popular formats. Specifically, DeBabelizer Lite can handle BMP, PICT, TIFF and non-interlaced GIF files.

What's new in DeBabelizer Pro

Version 6.1.4: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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4 DeBabelizer Pro Reviews

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Anonymous
12 August 2005

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Does anybody still need this app? I remember it from last century, and note that the review they link to is from three versions ago and from the MacWeek publication that died long ago. Hello, anybody there?
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Version 6.0
Gromgrom
15 June 2006
I downloaded DeBabelizer Pro 6 just to see what these guys were up to, and after seeing everything they have done to the software, I was duely impressed. The ability to take an entire complex end to end workflow, with multiple saves, and image processes in between and encapsulate this in a single droplet is nothing short of awesome. After getting the free update (which I was notified of automatically with their update system), their new 6.1 is amazing. It comes with 12 sample droplets showing the new Quicktime 7 support including the ability to process multiple video outputs from a single droplet. I first used their standard ones and then quickly created my own "all video out" droplet and I now take my home DV files and drop it on there and in the morning I have 3 MP4's, 3 iPod (default and two smaller ones), 3 WMV's (using Flip4Mac) and a 3g for download and 3g streaming, are sitting, properly named in my video out folder. I process much media for the company I work for, constantly needing to put up web images and videos in different format, sizes and compressions, and this product makes it dreamy. Now I am looking at the server product because I saw a review in Mac Addict that gave them 5 stars and called the Server a "Manmoth Processing Powerhouse". These guys seem to have been gone so long because they are now on the bleeding edge.
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Version 6.1
Jdub800
09 June 2006
$400 for the client version, $4000 PER CPU for the server version. Ouch! That's a lot of money... Dinosaur or not, that's a lot of money for something that appears to be updated on a glacial basis...
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Version 6.1
Anonymous
30 August 2005
This application is no dinosaur! With the inclusion of Quicktime 7 and the brand new DeBabelizer Server, content development and delivery has never been more streamlined. With DB6, you can take a large movie and scale it down to cellphone size and bitdepth, all on the server, freeing up your workstation for continued production. When the job is complete, it will email or FTP the results to you! Also for frequently run operations, full support of Automator in Tiger for both desktop and server is a great addition. I have done mobile gaming, and there is really no more affordable tool for converting frame rates, sizes, color spaces, and bit depths for the PlayStation Portable, Palm, PocketPC, and cellphone displays. And for high definition game development, for XBOX 360 and Playstation 3, the ability to job out massive video conversion to the server is awesome, and the results are AUTOMATICALLY available to your workgroup on the server. For other types of imaging work, full support of Photoshop plugins as available, you can even apply a plugin to a video, without having to buy Premiere or anything else. Photoshop layers are supported alos, so you can take any image and put it on a PDA, DVD, game console, web site, anything, anywhere. Like the Well, DB6 is another famous piece of Sausalito software finally realizing the full potential of our connected era. " Information wants to be free -- because it is now so easy to copy and distribute casually -- and information wants to be expensive -- because in an Information Age, nothing is so valuable as the right information at the right time." - Stewart Brand, Well co-founder.
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Version 6.0.4.77
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Anonymous
Anonymous
04 October 2005
what is the point of this cut and paste review ?
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Version 6.0.5.79
Anonymous
Anonymous
20 October 2005
about as much point as letting everyone know you're the co-founder of some poxy company no-one's ever heard of
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Version 6.0.6
Ghostman
Ghostman
17 December 2005
Actually, back when broadband was something everyone talked about but didn't have, DeBabelizer was NOT the product of some unknown company, but rather something everyone (not just web devs) wanted in order to save space and precious dialup bandwidth. While I think it's wrong (if indeed that was someone from the company pasting the features & benefits) to paste the blurb, it's equally wrong to log in and make snap judgements without knowing what on earth you're talking about.
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Version 6.0.10
Anonymous
12 August 2005
Does anybody still need this app? I remember it from last century, and note that the review they link to is from three versions ago and from the MacWeek publication that died long ago. Hello, anybody there?
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Version 6.0
Free

4.5

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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