Release Notes: This release rolled up nine months of bugfixes and new features. All users are encouraged to upgrade. Support for Google's WebP format has been added to configure-based builds (not yet for Windows Visual Studio builds). Support for non-standard 32-bit PNM and PAM formats was added to the Q32 build. JPEG now supports writing the XMP profile. The JPEG, PNG, littlecms, libxml2, and FreeType libraries were refreshed to the latest upstream versions for the Windows Visual Studio builds.
Release Notes: A new 'batch' command was added to support submitting many commands at once, or driven as a co-process with commands submitted via standard input. The Microsoft Windows 64-bit application is now fully supported. An -auto-orient option is added. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release provides a number of significant bugfixes and feature improvements over previous releases. On *nix type systems and other systems using Autoconf configure, it is now possible to parallel install shared library builds using different quantum depths. The -lat algorithm is tremendously faster. Support is added for the Garmin JNX format. The test suite is completely re-written from scratch to use TAP tests. Various Windows add-on libraries are updated. The 'dcraw' program is added in the Windows build so that Windows users can easily read RAW camera formats.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release. It is completely compatible with prior 1.3.X releases. A security fix is included. The SWT reader is fixed. A memory leak in the XBM reader was eliminated. Feature improvements and bugfixes are included for the MAT, PDF, and PNG formats. Fixes/improvements have been made to -trim, +repage, and -units. The included PerlMagick now compiles with Perl 5.16. Many of the 3rd-party libraries are updated to the latest releases for the Windows build.
Release Notes: This release fixes a PNG writer bug, eliminates some temporary file leaks, supports adding uniform random noise, adds -strip and -repage command options, makes the XCF format support selecting which layers to return, and makes the INFO coder support the -format option (similar to "identify").
Release Notes: This release adds bugfixes for the DPX, EMF, TGA, and DCRAW formats. Support for MEF RAW has been added.The Despeckle algorithm (-despeckle) is many times faster than before. The PNG, TIFF, and zlib libraries have been updated to the latest release versions for the Windows package.
Release Notes: Many bugs are fixed, including some that caused deadlocks or crashes. EXIF profiles are preserved when writing JPEG files, the benchmark facility now includes a mode for benchmarking with varying threads, the netpbm PAM format is supported, and the BigTIFF format supported under Windows.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs. Most significantly, use of GraphicsMagick as a filter was broken by the 1.3.10 release. Windows users should install this version in order to avoid possible exposure to a DOS attack from well-crafted PNG files.
Release Notes: This is both a bugfix and feature release. A critical bug related to the use of signed characters (introduced in 1.3.8) is fixed. Support is added for -compose, -extent, and -thumbnail command options.
Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs which were discovered in the 1.3.9 release. The most significant fix is that +adjoin was not working as expected with one image frame.