Batch Photo Processor 2.04
Handy tool for batch image processing
The application provides you with a convenient way of manipulating a large number of photos at once. Photos can be re-scaled, size reduced, cropped, rotated, flipped, mirrored, lightened, sharpened, converted to grayscale or negative, as well as inserted with text and image watermarks. This way, you do not have to take care of a single photo at a time, as you can apply the same changes to all that need to be tampered with.
Furthermore, you can convert multiple photos to PDF or other image types in just a couple of seconds.
Reliable photo converter and editor
Batch Photo Processor can help you convert your photos to other formats, so that you can use them with other programs. In addition, you have the possibility to remove certain unwanted parts of your photos, by cropping them. You can also save multiple pictures to a particular size, by batch resizing them.
Aside from this, the application can be scheduled to perform automatic processing on a certain image folder. As a plus, you can run the program from DOS Command Line, which helps you automate image processing from external applications.
An overall good, yet polishable picture editor
To sum it up, Batch Photo Processor gets the job done, helping you convert or edit a large number of photos at the same time. Although it has a straightforward and simplistic interface, the application could use some “refurbishing” to make it more responsive and compliant with modern programs.
Reviewed by Andrei Fercalo, last updated on August 20th, 2014
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- added force portrait option for fixing some tif's rotating on output to pdf.
Application descriptionBatch Photo Processor can help you modify multiple pictures at once then save them to a preferred quality.Batch Photo ...