A Sharper Scaling 1.1

High quality image scaling technology developed for upscaling. Although A Sharper Scaling does nothing but scaling images, it can also contribute to the quality of other geometric transformations like rotation, perspective correction, or lens distortion correction. Just upscale the image by a factor of x before the transformation and downscale it back by x after that. Most image editors use a method called bicubic resampling to upscale images. This involves simply repeating pixels and then softening the results, which often creates a blurry result. A Sharper Scaling uses different algorithms that keep your images looking sharp.

A Sharper Scaling 1.1 changelog:
Improved handling of large images.
An additional (4th) sizing mode.
Metadata of source image is copied to output.
Bulk processing.
Command line usage possible.
Settings are remembered.
Processing speed improved.

A Sharper Scaling Screenshot

A Sharper Scaling Interface

Latest version: 1.1 (07 Nov 2016)
License: Open Source
System requirements: Windows Vista/7/8/10
Download: a_sharper_scaling_1_1_setup.exe (638 KB)

See also:
Converseen
Reshade Image Enlarger Pro
SmillaEnlarger
Free Image Manipulator

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