ABSOLUTELY 100% CONFORM TO GS1 STANDARDS.
Barcode Maker is the fastest way to perfect 18 different barcode standards, necessary to manage and sell products all over the planet.
Amazon sellers use it to create UPC or EAN barcodes for their private label packaging, for instance.
All you need to do is to enter your product code, and click ‘Process’. Your barcode is created. It has been copied into the clipboard and all you need to do is to paste it into your favorite application : Pages, Photoshop, even Preview. Any program able to manage pictures is fine.
The size of digits can be selected between 10 and 30 by 1 increments.
Settings are saved so on relaunch, font size and bar type are as they were when the app was closed.
Save BMP, Jpeg, Png bitmapped pictures at sizes 1500x1000, up to 7500x5000, and resolutions 72 dpi up to 600 dpi.
Save in resolution independent Vector format PDF or Eps to load into Illustrator, for instance, or to use in Desktop Publishing apps such as QuarkXPress or Adobe InDesign.
Print any kind of labels with settings for top margin, bottom margin, left margin, right margin, number of rows and columns.
Barcode Maker supports the following standards : BAR 39/3 of 9 • BAR 39 EXT • INTERLEAVED 25 • CODE 11/USD-8 • CODABAR • MSI • UPC-A • IND-25 • MAT-25 • CODE 93 • EAN-13/JAN-13 • EAN-8 • UPC-E • CODE 128 • CODE 93 EXT • POSTNET • EAN-128 • ISBN-13/Bookland. Graphics can be saved to disk to use in Desktop Publishing and typesetting applications.
If you need a font that can generate vectors for Bookland and EAN13, see Barcode Wizard in this store.
Compatible with Apple Silicon as well as Intel Mac.
Runs under All versions of macOS since Lion (10.7), up to Big Sur (11.x).
Bar codes aspect ratio can be adjusted.
Ratings and Reviews
Works great but no vector format
I’m waiting to see if my client requires vector. If so I’ll need to buy a different app. The developer mentions several apps that can use the generated file, but does not mention Illustrator or any vector based app. It allows me to paste a tif image into illustrator, but the numbers are too small which meean I’ll have to hack into the tif and rearrange some stuff. Which I’m not sure is technically safe to do.
Please add vector output capabilities, or state that it doen’t have vector output. It is an important feature. Thank you.
Developer Response ,
Good suggestion. Version 2.23 now saves in vector Eps and Pdf format. Numbers size can be chosen at will up to 30. A title can be added, and one can print labels directly.
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- Michel Bujardet
- 10.1 MB
- Requires macOS 10.10 or later.
- Age Rating
- © Michel Bujardet
Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.