QIMAGE ULTIMATE 2022 - INTRODUCING LIFETIME LICENSES!
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New in Qimage Ultimate 2022
- Windows 11 support
- Many user interface improvements
- New (optional) UI sounds
- New Full Page Editor with many new creative tools
- New floating text tool with real time page and text view
- Updated raw photo support
- Updated color management engine
- Fixes and performance improvements
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- In Qimage Ultimate, printer driver settings were selected for paper, quality, etc. and image was printed with all program defaults.
- In PS and LR, "print resolution" was set to 600 PPI to give PS and LR the best chance of matching QU using interpolation.
- Identical printer driver settings were used in all programs.
- Canon Pro 9000 used for comparisons, which has a native 600 PPI driver resolution.
- Qimage Ultimate picked 600 PPI as the printing default because it read the native resolution from the Canon driver automatically.
- LR 4 picked 240 for the default print resolution which does not match the native 600 PPI driver resolution, even in multiples.
- LR 4 results at its default 240 PPI were much worse than the 600 PPI used for the above LR 4 print.
- When 600 PPI was selected in LR 4, a warning appeared: "You have chosen a high resolution for printing which could cause memory issues or a failure to print on some systems". We used a small test strip in all tests to avoid Lightroom's memory issues.
- No such warning appears in Qimage Ultimate with its (default) 600 PPI because it knows how to manage data for large prints.
- LR warning messages aside, the above represents the best print quality possible in each application.