Coolle Image Editor


Graphic editor with many tools and filters, written in Lazarus.


Coolle Image Editor is a free Image Editor. Its biggest feature is that it is very small in size and has many functions. It is easy for most people to use and operate.
Coolle Image Editor was started to demonstrate the capabilities of the graphic library BGRABitmap. It provides advanced drawing functions in Lazarus development environment. Both provided a source of inspiration for the other and finally LazPaint became real image editor. Download the Source Code

Tutorials



  • Files: read and write a variety of file formats, including layered bitmaps and 3D files.
    Tools: many tools are available to draw on the layers.
    Edit/Select: select parts of an image with antialiasing and modify the selection as a mask.
    View: color window, layer stack window and toolbox window.
    Command line: call LazPaint from a console.
    Scripts: scripts are provided to do layer effects. You can as well write your own Python scripts.

    Color manipulation


    Colorize : set the color of an image while preserving intensities
    Shift colors : cycle colors and change colorness (saturation)
    Intensity : make colors lighter or darker without making them white
    Lightness : make colors lighter or darker by making them whiter
    Normalize : use the whole range of each color channel and alpha channel
    Negative : invert colors (with gamma correction)
    Linear negative : invert colors (without gamma correction)
    Grayscale : converts colors to grayscale with gamma correction


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