Download Focus Magic
Focus Magic is available for both Windows and Mac. You can use all the features available in Focus Magic on up to ten images before needing to register.
Focus Magic for Windows
Focus Magic for Mac
Version 4.02 (2.8MB)
Version 4.02 (1.2MB)
For Windows 95 to Windows 8 (32-bit & 64-bit)
See also: Supported Windows Programs
For Mac OS X 10.6 + (64-bit)
See also: Supported Mac Programs
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What's New in Version 4 for Windows?
Version 4 is now available as a 32-bit and a 64-bit plug-in for Windows. It also includes some improvements to the 32-bit stand-alone version and the auto-detect. If you have used the 32-bit version before and you are running a dual core or quad core computer, you will see a two fold or four fold improvement in speed (supported Windows programs).
What's New in Version 4 for the Mac?
Version 4 includes improvements to the blur auto-detection. It runs significantly faster and works on all 64 bit versions of Photoshop (supported Mac programs). It also works with Retina displays.
How Can I Install Focus Magic for the Mac?
Download the Mac version (above), then move the "FocusMagic402.plugin.zip" file to the appropriate install path for your image editing software. The install paths are listed on the supported Mac programs page. The Mac OS may automatically extract the plug-in for you, but if it doesn't, you will need to extract the "FocusMagic402.plugin" file from the .zip file. Do not double-click the .plugin file – just move it to the appropriate plugins folder.
Free Upgrades for Registered Users
If you're already using Focus Magic, then you'll be happy to know that upgrades are free. To upgrade to the latest version, click the appropriate "Download" button (above) for your system.
To find out if Focus Magic will work on your computer, please see the System Requirements page.