Pixelmator Pro is an incredibly powerful, beautiful and easy-to-use image editor designed exclusively for Mac.
Pixelmator Pro offers a wide range of professional tools for editing images without distortion, allows you to create the best in your photos, create great compositions and drawings, draw, apply amazing effects, create beautiful texts and edit images in almost any way you can imagine. Thanks to its intuitive and affordable design, the Pixelmator Pro is delightfully easy to use – whether you start with image editing or you are an experienced professional.
June 4, 2020 - Version 1.6.4
Pixelmator Pro 1.6.4 adds support for opening and exporting images in WebP format and brings a number of additional fixes.
• Enjoy support for opening and exporting images in WebP format. • Preview WebP images in the Finder with Quick Look. • Drag and drop WebP images right into Pixelmator Pro as new layers. • Export WebP images with lossless compression or lossy compression with adjustable quality. • Export WebP images with transparency. • Having a series of periods in the name of a file would result in the filename being truncated during export. Fixed • Moving selected image content would sometimes work incorrectly. Fixed • Rotating an image using the Crop tool and then using the Delete mode to crop it would not work correctly. Fixed • Editing shape paths using the Style tool while the gradient handles were visible would not work correctly. Fixed • When moving between Retina and non-Retina screens, the appearance of shape paths would change. Fixed • When duplicating shape layers, the layer names of the new duplicates would not get “Copy”, “Copy 2”, etc. added to them. Fixed • The Quit Pixelmator Pro command would become inactive after dragging and dropping large images from the preview of the Export for Web tool. • In certain rare cases, drawing selections would cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly. Fixed • On some MacBook Pro computers, JPEG images with certain color profiles would be opened incorrectly. • On macOS High Sierra, image content would shift in certain cases when the Show Scroll Bars option in System Preferences was set to Always.