Tintii
Tintii
2.10.0

3.9

Tintii free download for Mac

Tintii

2.10.0
30 October 2015

Selectively color objects in a photo.

Overview

Tintii is a photo filter for saturation control, especially selective colour effects.

Use Tintii to quickly create selective colour photos. Start with a full colour photo, then switch colours on (full colour) or off (black and white) to pop the subject.

Or... keep it subtle. Tintii can emphasise and exaggerate colours that form the key ingredients of a composition, to draw attention where it's needed.

Tintii comes as a standalone application or as a plugin for Adobe Photoshop or Corel PaintShop Pro. The standalone app is $16.99, and the plugin is $39.99 (which includes the standalone application).

What's new in Tintii

Version 2.10.0:
  • Maintenance release

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4 Tintii Reviews

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Lvdoc
28 July 2011

Most helpful

I hate the App Store. I truly, truly do. No demo for this product. $5 up front just to see if it does what I want? I click to go to the developer's website, and I get an error message. I truly, truly do.
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Version 2.5.3
sirossixnetcomcom7788
02 August 2013
Not recognized in Photoshop CC (installs but "file not found" when chosen). Contacted developer who initially responded, but despite repeated email attempts, has not answered back! Same issue with "Urban Landscape"
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Version 2.6.3
estebas
22 March 2012
Nice app, and the price is ok:)
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Version 2.6.1
Corlexis
12 March 2012
With the latest 2.6.0 update of Tintii, this application and plugin is nothing less than amazing with the ability of being able to intelligently isolate colors with a remarkable amount of control through its post processing of color delay, edge, and hardness in tandem with its color adjustment capability. It's quite obvious that the developer's impressive photography skills have guided his work towards creating such a powerful tool for other photographers to take advantage of in furthering their own personal visions in what they've captured with their cameras. I also found the in-app/filter Help very thorough in explaining how to best take advantage of its capabilities, giving the user many options to consider and experiment with in finding exactly the look and feel they're looking for in their photography. Perhaps most importantly, the developer is very responsive to feedback on this app/plugin with an obvious interest in improving an already excellent piece of software. As I was mostly interested in using Tintii as a plugin within Photoshop CS5 on the Mac side, I downloaded and purchased it through the developer's website rather than Apple's App Store, which only offers the application. Using Photoshop for the past twenty-two years on a daily basis in my career tells me that Tintii is an all-around winner and an excellent value for photographers and graphic artists.
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Version 2.5.3
Lvdoc
28 July 2011
I hate the App Store. I truly, truly do. No demo for this product. $5 up front just to see if it does what I want? I click to go to the developer's website, and I get an error message. I truly, truly do.
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Version 2.5.3
3 answer(s)
Animator
Animator
28 July 2011
It is annoying, isn't it? I went to the developer's website (link above still 404 though) and downloaded a DEMO from: http://www.indii.org/software/tintii/download
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Lvdoc
Lvdoc
28 July 2011
Thanks for the info. I don't know how developers and MU interact; hopefully, developers monitor these situations and can have MU provide this additional kind of information. By the way, I checked the App Store to see if there was a free/demo version there; only the paid version came up.
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Lvdoc
Lvdoc
29 July 2011
Imagine that. It's a 21-day demo; I've used it less than 10 min.; and although I haven't given it a thorough test drive yet, I'm genuinely leaning toward a purchase. (The price certainly seems decent.) I'm not a graphic artist, and I'm not likely to ever need a powerhouse like Photoshop. I tend to stick with simple tools that do specialized things for special occasions or particular moods. It just works easier for me that way, given the occasional tinkering that I do. With tintii, I liked the effects i saw. It seemed simple and intuitive. For someone with my kinds of needs and budget, this works. Demos. Is there nothing they can't do? : )
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