Ormr Beta for Linux radically changes the Linux image editor landscape and provides previously unseen creative capabilities and efficiency on the platform.
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) December 03, 2014
Sad Cat Software is proud to announce the immediate availability of Ormr Beta on all 64-bit Linux platforms. Ormr, currently in public beta-testing, is the first editor to store every action applied to a document separately, providing users with a readily-editable history organized by layer.
With Ormr, users can adjust vector shape attributes after applying numerous edits, tweak any filters and effects they have previously applied to the document, and even change brush shape and other parameters in an already created brush stroke. In addition to its non-destructive approach, Ormr also provides all other tools necessary for professional graphics work, including seamless vector and raster primitive integration, import of all popular image formats, best-in-class Adobe® Photoshop® Format (PSD) import with layers, groups, and layer blending effects, universal 16-bit per channel color depth and digital tablet support.
“After announcing Ormr Beta, we've had a strong interest from customers for a Linux version,” said Oleg Samus, Sad Cat’s CEO. “Today, we're answering that call. Ormr Beta for Linux radically changes the Linux image editor landscape and provides previously unseen creative capabilities and efficiency on the platform.”
Ormr Beta for Linux will run on any 64-bit distribution, and provides the same powerful non-destructive workflow as the Windows and OS X versions.
Availability and Pricing
Ormr Beta is available immediately worldwide. The users have a choice of downloading either a free, time-limited public Beta license, or ordering the Full license immediately for $49.99.
About Sad Cat Software
Sad Cat Software is a mobile and desktop application development studio. Founded in 2009, Sad Cat Software specializes in games, simulations and graphics editing applications, with a number of notable successes featured on front pages of several prominent App Stores.
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