Unique Graphic Toolbox!
Clean up your poor quality or low resolution graphics like a Pro with a unique set of graphic tools that turn imperfect objects into perfect shapes. Resize and reproduce objects, and even identify the various typefaces that were used in creating the original graphic.
Automatic Font Identification and Replacement!
Put an end to the frustration and wasted time of trying to identify which font was used in your graphic! Let Graphic Tracer Professional quickly search through an extensive online font database of over 100,000 fonts in seconds. Quickly find either the "perfect match" or a similar font that comes close to a custom designed typeface. Build your own searchable database from you own font collections. Quickly clean up graphics by replacing "jaggy" bitmap text with perfect vector type created from the original font with one mouse click. Clean up artwork fast using the most advanced clean-up tools and typeface identification technologies you will find in the graphic industry.
Fully Compatible with other Programs!
Graphic Tracer Professional is compatible and enhances the productivity of other major graphic design and sign making programs such as Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, FlexiSIGN, and more!
Features of Graphic Tracer Professional:
Make this 22.9 kb Gif image Production Ready in under 3 minutes!
This product is available as a subscription for only
$15 per month (billed monthly) or $10 per month (billed annually)
Special Price $99 for first year!
Use discount code GRAPHSYS at checkout
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Posted by Mike Melancon on 19th Sep 2011
I bought Imagaro Professional Z because it was taking me hours and hours to convert and cleanup the files I could trace. That's reason number 1 - it does save me time - minutes instead of all evening to take from bitmap to cut-ready vector.
I found I could now work with files that were impossible for me to vector before - that's reason number 2 - the ability to get a workable vectors from some tiny, crappy, lo-res bitmaps!!
Oh! the Fonteye tool has matched nearly everything I have thrown at it - (sometimes a sample just ain't a font you know!) So I guess that's another reason