PhotoMill X
PhotoMill X
1.6.4

4.5

PhotoMill X free download for Mac

PhotoMill X1.6.4

16 July 2020

Multi-functional batch photo converter.

Overview

PhotoMill X helps you convert a bulk of images into the most popular image formats, give your files meaningful names, watermark with text and image, adjust photos (brightness/saturation/exposure/grayscale/etc.), fit geometry (scale/crop/trim/etc.), remove private metadata, add your own copyrights etc. Also, PhotoMill is a great batch metadata editor, renamer and photo browser.

Features
  • Convert
    • Conversion to: BMP, GIF, JPEG, JPEG 2000, PDF, PNG, TIFF
  • Color models: RGB, Gray, CMYK Color depth: 8/16/32 bits; with or without alpha channel
  • Metadata editor
    • Correct EXIF/IPTC metadata tags in your photos: place GPS coordinates, remove private information from your photos, correct or set capture dates, add your own copyright, keywords or rating.
  • Photo browser
    • The app has a bunch of features for comfortable browsing and multi-criteria search of photos in the Browser. The Browser has 3 panels: Image Info - displays detailed information about a selected photo; Groups - splits photos into groups/subgroups based on a chosen criteria, for instance, by capture dates; Search - gives you an opportunity to search photos by different criteria.
  • Rename
    • You can give meaningful names to converted photos constructing file names in the "pro" way - using text and tags: index, capture date, original name, image width, "find & replace" etc. Also, you can rename photos without any conversion.
  • Resize
    • Fit image size with a bunch of geometry actions: scale, crop, add border, trim, trim color, rotate & flip, auto rotate (by EXIF orientation), change resolution.
  • Watermark
    • Text - you can use photo metadata information - tags: capture date, keywords, camera maker etc., as well as entered text. Font size can be either fixed or relative to an image width, height, long or short edge. Multiline text, stroke, shadow, rotation, tiling and other features.
    • Image - image size can be either fixed or relative to main image size. Image tiling is also available.
    • Rectangle - background for text; square or rounded. Fill and stroke color can be half-transparent.
  • Adjust colors
    • Available filters: auto contrast, auto white balance, gamma, contrast, exposure, sharpness, grayscale, sepia, colorize, temperature, HSL channels (Hue/Saturation/Lightness), HSV channels (Hue/Saturation/Value,Brightness), RGB channels, curves.
  • Working with transparency: alpha mask, color to alpha, alpha to color. Color matching: assign profile, convert to profile, proof with profile.

What's new in PhotoMill X

Version 1.6.4:
  • New action "Find and Replace Keywords" for metadata editing and batch conversion
  • Improved overall stability

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How would you rate PhotoMill X app?

6 Reviews of PhotoMill X

RogerKatz
15 November 2018
Version: 1.4.1

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Why does MacUpdate say the name of this application is now "PhotoMill', yet add that its name WAS the same thing (i.e., "PhotoMill""?
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RogerKatz
15 November 2018
Version: 1.4.1
Why does MacUpdate say the name of this application is now "PhotoMill', yet add that its name WAS the same thing (i.e., "PhotoMill""?
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5
Spargelpit
01 February 2017
Version: 1.3.4
quick & easy
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5
ErvinsStrauhmanis
10 August 2016
Version: 1.3.4
A great tool for batch manipulations on multiple or even single files! The other day I needed to burn (i.e. visually—a visual stamp, that is) date and time of when photos were taken on to those photos, and thanks to the PhotoMill this was done in a snap and with design that was needed. Recommended!
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5
Antoniez
25 August 2015
Version: 1.3.0
Great for date correction and geo-location (GPS tags).
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2.5
DirkTheMenace
16 May 2015
Version: 1.2.1
An odd and not very intuitive layout GUI making it hard to do stuff fast. Not sure what the devs were thinking when they started developing this. Results are good unless you need to rescale. Not sure which rescale algorithm it uses but scaling down has several artifacts. Anti-aliasing is very bad imo It also crashed on some tiff files on OSX10.10.3
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5
iprimak
20 September 2014
Version: 1.0.2
Useful in many ways. well-made and good looking soft.
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