ON1 Resize 2020
ON1 Resize 2020


ON1 Resize 2020 free download for Mac

ON1 Resize 202014.1.1

12 April 2020

The standard for image resizing (was Perfect Resize).


ON1 Resize 2020 (was Perfect Resize) is the industry standard for photo enlargements. Use Genuine Fractals powered algorithms for optimizing clarity and detail for different image types. Get the best quality enlargements for your photos, whether taken with a DSLR or your mobile device.

  • Easily enlarge and create a high-quality print of a great shot you captured on your phone or tablet.
  • Increase image size over 1000% without the loss of sharpness or detail that you would normally expect.
  • Built-in presets and manual controls make it easy to create high-quality enlargements tailored to your photos, including print size, type of material, and type of output--including gallery wraps.
  • The gallery wrap feature creates extended margins for wrapping your photo around wooden stretcher bars when printing to canvas. You have the option to either stretch or reflect the areas near the edge of your photo. Create a perfect gallery wrap and not lose any part of the photo.
  • Using the Sharpening controls can save you the workflow step of adding additional Sharpening before printing and can help compensate for the loss of sharpness due to dot gain from your printer.
  • The tiling feature in Perfect Resize will divide an enlargement into smaller pieces that can be printed on a smaller printer.
  • Print. Select the printer settings and paper size as well as control how the image will fit on the paper along with color management options.

What's new in ON1 Resize 2020

Version 14.1.1:

Note: Currently available for $39.99

Note: Now requires OS X 10.11 or later

  • Print module - Whether you need to print contact sheets, a wall portrait or tile multiple photos into package prints, the improved print dialog is up to the task. You can easily print individual photos like before, but now you can also create contact sheets with flexible labels. You can also print multiple photos on one piece of paper to create packages like 2 5x7’s or 4 4x5’s. You can add watermarks and even output to files for sending your prints to the lab.
  • Date Pane - Exploring your photos by date has never been easier. The new automatic timeline albums organize your photos by year, month and day. If you are looking for pictures of your daughter’s birthday you can easily zoom right to that date.
  • Map View - View where your photos were taken on a map. Explore photo locations and add location metadata to photos that don’t have GPS metadata. You can even search by location address to find photos quickly, without having to add additional metadata.
  • SmugMug Integration - Sharing your best work to the best sharing platform is now built right-into ON1 Resize 2020. Select photos and videos, then publish them to any of your SmugMug galleries. You can even create new galleries and control the size of the photos you upload.
  • Focus Mask overlay - Now you can view what’s in-focus in our photos easily. The new Focus Mask overlay marks the areas of best focus with green so you can compare similar photos and pick out the sharpest photo quickly.
  • Language Support - ON1 Resize 2020 is now localized into eleven languages, giving many more photographers access to the best-darned photo editor out there. It now supports English, German, Spanish, French, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Russian, Portuguese, Italian and Dutch.
  • Single Image Edit Mode - If you just want to quickly edit one photo, this mode makes getting in and out a breeze. Just drag the photo onto the app (or send it from another app like a plug-in) and it goes straight into Edit. When you are done, just press save and you can pick where and how your results are saved, no need to export.
  • Browse vs Catalog Tabs - We’ve separated fast browsing mode and cataloged folders mode into their own tabs in Browse. This makes it easier to understand how cataloged folders work and hide the stuff that can get in your way.
  • Improved First-Run Experience - If you are using ON1 Resize for the first time, it can be hard to figure out how to get to your photos. Do you browse or import? The getting started dialog guides you through it.
  • Search Enhancements - We’ve added a simple search right to the breadcrumbs bar at the top of Browse. You can also choose which cataloged folders to search, instead of all of them.
  • Faster Browsing of Big Folders - If you come back from a shoot and have hundreds or even thousands of photos in the same folder we’ve made it faster to scroll through them and see thumbnails all the time, less waiting for thumbnails to appear.
  • Opening RAW Files from New Cameras - Fujifilm X-T200, X100V, X-T4, Olympus E-PL10, Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III, Olympus OM-D E-M5 III, Nikon D780, Nikon 1 V1, Nikon Z50, Nikon P950, Canon EOS Ra, Canon EOS-1D X Mark III, Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H, Panasonic Lumix DC-GX880, Sony Alpha 9 II (ILCE-9M2), Canon EOS 200D II, Canon EOS M200, Fujifilm X-Pro 3, Google Pixel 4 / 4 XL, Huawei Honor 20 Pro, Mate 10 Pro, iPhone 11. 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, Leica SL2, Panasonic DC-FZ1000 II, Panasonic G95, Sigma fp, Sony a6100, Sony a6600, Canon Powershot G7X Mark II, Canon Powershot G5X Mark II, Canon 90D EOS M6 MK 2, Sony A7R IV, Sony RX100, Sony NEX-C3, Leica V-Lux 5, Fuji GFX 100.
  • New Lenses for Automatic Lens Distortion Correction - Canon FD 50mm f/1.4 S.S.C., PowerShot SX50 HS & compatibles, PowerShot SX60 HS & compatibles, Cosina 24mm 2.0 Macro, Fujifilm XC15-45mmF3.5-5.6 OIS PZ, XF16mmF2.8 R WR, XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR, Honor 6A & compatibles, Leica DG Summilux 25mm f/1.4 II, Meike 25mm f/1.8, Minolta AF 17-35mm f/2.8-4 (D), Minolta AF 50mm f/1.4, Minolta AF 50mm f/2.8 Macro, Minolta/Sony AF 24-105mm f/3.5-4.5 (D), Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S, Panasonic LEICA DG 10-25/F1.7, Lumix G Vario 14-140mm f/3.5-5.6 II, Ricoh GR III & compatibles, Sigma 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Contemporary 017, Sony FE 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 GM OSS, FE 16-35mm f/2.8 GM, FE 85mm f/1.4 GM, Voigtlander HELIAR-HYPER WIDE 10mm F5.6, ZEISS Batis 2/25, Canon EF 22-55mm f/4-5.6 USM, Minolta AF 28-75mm F2.8 (D), Nikon AF Nikkor 300mm f/4 IF-ED, Olympus M.30mm F3.5 Macro, Panasonic LEICA DG 100-400/F4.0-6.3, Panasonic Lumix G Macro 30mm f/2.8, PENTAX DA* 60-250mm F4 [IF] SDM, Samsung SM-G950F, Samsung S8 wide-angle lens, Samyang SAMYANG AF 14mm F2.8, Samyang SAMYANG AF 24mm F2.8, Sigma 16mm f/1.4 DC DN | Contemporary C 017, Sony FE 12-24mm f/4 G, Sony 28-75mm F2.8 SAM (SAL2875), Yongnuo YN 50mm f/1.8, Zeiss Otus 85mm f/1.4.

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7 Reviews of ON1 Resize 2020

20 September 2017
Version: 11.6.3853

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"ON1 Resize 2017 is the industry standard for photo enlargements". That's a bold statement. Care to back it up with a link?
20 September 2017
Version: 11.6.3853
"ON1 Resize 2017 is the industry standard for photo enlargements". That's a bold statement. Care to back it up with a link?
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19 October 2011
Version: 7.0.2
I just felt I ought to put in my five-penceworth about both Perfect Resize and Genuine Fractals, both of which I use(d) but have now abandoned. After using Genuine Fractals for maybe two years I tried PR. It was the horrendous processing time-lag, of the order of 10-minutes, and over 30-min in some cases, that led to belive that Onone was 'taking the P'. Tests with PS CS5 built-in resizing concluded, to me at least, that there's little discernable difference in visual appearance between PS and/or Perfect Resize & Genuine Fractals, apart from some smoke, mirrors, and fancy a GUI....
28 February 2011
Version: 6.0.7
Today, for the second time, Genuine Fractals asked to be re-activated. When I entered the code obtained at purchase, it returned a -23 error indicating (once you consult their website), that I exceeded the number of allowed activations. Since I had ALREADY activated the software on my computer, I'm not surprised. This copy protection scheme of theirs is annoying and irksome to the extreme and I highly recommend that anyone seeking a rescaling program CONSIDER SOMETHING ELSE.
29 July 2009
Version: 6.0.2
I agree with Mac Mail. I've compared both Genuine Fractals and PhotoZoom and PhotoZoom is fare superior to Genuine Fractals on all levels. I have owned both, and now only use PhotoZoom.
06 December 2008
Version: 6.0
I'm not putting any software down. Just comparing only. Tested with all (most popular ones) the latest versions of image enlarging software (plugins or stand alone). As of now the results in quality wise when the same file is enlarged to the same size and the rating from my tests are: #1 PhotoZoom 2.3.4 #2 Practals 5 or 6 #3 SizeFixer SLR #4 BlowUp 1.0.2 #5 Photoshop Cs2 or Cs3 I do not care which is better. I only care which one I get the best end products. That's my 2 cents!
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02 June 2007
Version: 5.0
I've always considered GF a joke. It never did what it claimed in any useful way. With version 5 all this has changed. It now does exactly what it claims, albeit slow on my G5. GF does a remarkable job of enlarging images to very large sizes with fantastic quality. A real breakthrough!
22 September 2006
Version: 4.1
I have used the demo of this and honestly, I don't see a dramatic enough difference to warrant buying it. I've seen early reviews of it at version 2.X where you had to save the file in .STN format in order to get the results. Now, you don't have to apparently. The results I'm getting are hardly noticeable from what PhotoShop was doing (I was resizing 96dpi images 600%!). Does anyone know if I'm missing anything?