Pixatool 1.35: A Powerful Tool for Pixel Art Conversion
Pixatool is a software application that allows you to convert any image or video into pixel art style, using custom palettes, effects and filters. You can use Pixatool to create retro-looking sprites, backgrounds, animations and more for your games or projects.
Pixatool 1.35 is the latest version of the software, released in November 2019. It includes some bug fixes and improvements, such as:
Fixed Quake palette
Fixed aspect ratio with different pixelations
Fixed reset values for palette and numbers
Pixatool 1.35 also has many features that make it a versatile and easy-to-use tool, such as:
Can manage any image size even 4k or larger
New UI, more clear, readable and organized
APP runs in any resolution even 4k monitors
Create/Load/Save/Edit palettes until 192 colors (.pal)
Set palettes: NES, Gameboy, CPC, C64, Pico8, DB16 ...
If you are interested in Pixatool 1.35, you can buy it from Kronbits' itch.io page for $14.95 USD or more. You can also download a demo version and read the limitations list before buying. Pixatool is available for Windows only.
Pixatool has received positive feedback from users and media outlets, such as BoingBoing, PixelArt.fr, Retromaniac and more. You can also check out some examples of Pixatool conversions on Kronbits' devlog or on Twitter using the hashtag #pixatool.
Pixatool is a great tool for anyone who loves pixel art or wants to give their images or videos a retro touch. Try it out today and unleash your creativity!
How to use Pixatool 1.35
Pixatool 1.35 is easy to use and has a user-friendly interface. You can start by loading an image or a video file from your computer, or by using the built-in camera feature to capture a snapshot. You can also drag and drop files into the application window.
Once you have loaded your source file, you can start editing it with Pixatool's tools and options. You can choose a palette from the preset list or create your own custom one. You can adjust the pixelation level, the contrast, the brightness, the sharpening, the blur and more. You can also apply some special effects, such as dithering, noise, scanlines, vignette and more.
You can preview your changes in real time and compare them with the original file. You can also zoom in and out, rotate and flip your image or video. You can save your settings as presets and load them later for other files. You can also batch process multiple files with the same settings.
When you are satisfied with your result, you can export your file as an image or a video. You can choose the format, the quality and the resolution of your output file. You can also export only a part of your file by selecting a region with the mouse.
Pixatool 1.35 tutorials and examples
If you want to learn more about how to use Pixatool 1.35, you can check out some tutorials and examples on YouTube or on Kronbits' devlog. You can see how Pixatool can convert different types of images and videos into pixel art style, such as realistic photos, hand-painted backgrounds, 3D models, animations and more.
You can also see some examples of how Pixatool can be used for game development or art projects. You can see how Pixatool can create retro-looking sprites, backgrounds, animations and more for your games or projects. You can also see how Pixatool can enhance your pixel art assets by adding some cool effects.
Here are some links to some tutorials and examples of Pixatool 1.35:
Turn images into PixelArt with PixaTool
PixaTool - Real time editing on a PixelArt game Trailer