Hecta
Hecta
1.0

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Hecta free download for Mac

Hecta1.0

23 March 2014

Photo magnification app.

Overview

Hecta is an app for OS X which magnifies photographs without pixelation or blur. Photographers, designers, journalists -- and you -- can zoom in on the smallest detail with clarity and precision. Hecta uses a unique algorithm to magnify your photographs, called the Whittaker-Shannon interpolation formula. This is the formula commonly used in the field of satellite imaging. Other image editing software, including iPhoto, use algorithms known as polynomial interpolation -- which results in pixelated, blurry images.

Features:

  • Clear magnification.
  • No pixelation.
  • No blur.
  • No loss of detail.

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How would you rate Hecta app?

5 Reviews of Hecta

Shiny22
23 March 2014
Version: 1.0

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Isn't that called "zooming" in iPhoto and everything else...? Because that's what it looks like on the website - the one with no information and one hugely informative testimonial: "Whoa", apparently uttered by an actor.
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5
johmM1729
06 April 2014
Version: 1.0
Exactly what I needed, top quality easy to use.
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robertk2811
27 March 2014
Version: 1.0
I was involved in a car accident,I took a picture of the other car and it's licence plate,the pother driver told me he did not have his car registration on him and I took a picture of his driver licence,when I cam home I could not distinguish the licence plate numbers on the picture and this app helped me a lot.Thank you for this wonderfull and useful application
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Martines34
27 March 2014
Version: 1.0
I'm very disappointed with this app. I cannot get it to stay installed. I installed it once and now it has disappeared. When I did have it open I was unable to get to an image to work on it. There is no "drag and drop" feature - which is what I had expected. Meanwhile, it should have stayed installed and I can't find it in the downloads as it came in under a numerical assignment and not by its title. As far as I am concerned this app needs a lot more thought.
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gregoireD1610
25 March 2014
Version: 1.0
I have tried it :it's well done software,I would recommend it to all my friends working in the photography business
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Shiny22
23 March 2014
Version: 1.0
Isn't that called "zooming" in iPhoto and everything else...? Because that's what it looks like on the website - the one with no information and one hugely informative testimonial: "Whoa", apparently uttered by an actor.
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