NPS Image Editor
is an approachable and resourceful graphic editing tool filled with various effects and adjustment modes. It can be handled by anyone.
After a brief and uncomplicated setup operation, you are welcomed by a familiar interface that provides you with several basic editing options, such as zoom, color picker, airbrush, line, rectangular, and text.
It’s possible to edit text, enter full screen mode, choose the border and fill styles, enable a two-color border and fill, customize the font, change the text alignment and smoothing, as well as make the edges smooth.
What’s more, you can resize the image and canvas size, tile the photograph, shift the image to a specific offset, skew, flip and rotate the photo, customize the background and foreground color, switch to a different color mode, as well as count or invert colors.
NPS Image Editor also lets you pick the preferred color channel, make the image opaque, configure the color matrix, swap the alpha and mask, as well as apply a wide range of filters, such as artistic (e.g. emboss, sepia), blur (e.g. Gaussian blur, pixelize), distort (waves), enhance (sharpen), legacy, noise and render (e.g. watermark, gridlines).
The software application provides you with a palette editor, brush manager, document recovery tool, and component manager. You can also create, load and execute scripts for repetitive actions.
The tool didn’t put a strain on the overall performance of the computer during our tests, thanks to the fact that it needed low CPU and RAM to work properly. It didn’t hang, crash or display error messages.
Taking into account its advanced options and configuration parameters, NPS Image Editor should meet the requirements of plenty of users looking for a reliable graphic editing utility.