Current Version: 2.0.5
Last Updated: 3 years ago
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PortraiMatic helps you produce sheets of Passport Photos.
• Open a picture file, or take a snapshot with the webcam.
• Easily reframe the portrait, according to the national standard of your country.
• Save a sheet as a JPEG file, to print by a photo lab.
• Or print the sheet on your own printer.
Should you have any question or remark, drop us a line (in English or French).
F E A T U R E S
== Reframing ==
• 18 national formats are built-in.
Europe: Austria, Belgium, Danemark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, United Kingdom, Spain, Switzerland
America: Canada, USA
Asia: China, Japan
Oceania: Australia, New Zealand
• Custom Formats: define your own portrait formats.
== Quality ==
• Resolution Control: The software warns when the resolution of the input photo is not high enough.
• Colour Adjustments: Adjust Exposure, Contrast and Brightness. Make shadows lighter. Turn to Black & White.
• JPEG sheets are produced with a resolution of 300 dpi.
• Colour Profiles are managed, including for JPEG sheets.
Fixes a bug which would prevent the application from launching on Mac OS 10.6.
Most Helpful Reviews
Not working for me - I have OSX Lion installed, So initially it did not work. I could import pictures, adjust them, and save them. If you reference screenshot 2 all I got was black squares, and could not print. Reinstalled did the same. Restarted a couple of times and now it works, and works great. I didn't give it 5 stars because I had issues and spent an hour trying to figure out what's what. BTW the help option is general and states you have to register the software. There is no option to register under preferences.
It Doesn - I just paid $11.99 for a product that doesn't work. Spent an hour loading in different photos to get them to line up with the EU passport photo spec. When I had it all set, I saved the sheet of 6 photos as a JPEG, per the instructions. So far, so good. Then I printed the photo sheet and they came out smaller than the EU spec. Specifically, the photo dimensions came out at 29cm w x 38cm h, while the EU spec is either 35 x 45 min or 38 x 50 max. Caveat Emptor!