Advanced Batch Image Converter 1.2.0
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What's new in Advanced Batch Image Converter 1.2.0:
- Separate thread for determining the file type (especially useful while dragging-and-dropping a large amount of files)
- Updated libraries: wxWidgets 3.0.2, libpng 1.9.14, WebP 0.4.2, OpenCV 2.4.10, GraphicsMagick 1.3.20, libilbm
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- LICENSE TYPE:
- MIT License
- FILE SIZE:
- 4.2 MB
- OUR RATING:
- DEVELOPED BY:
- Roman Hiestand
- USER RATING:
- C: \ Multimedia \ Graphic \ Image Convertors
Diverse range of input and output formats
The range of input formats is broad and variate, comprising common graphic formats (JPG, GIF, TIFF, ICO, BMP, PNG, JP2, WebP, CUR etc.) and other file types (8BIM, BIGTIFF, CIN, DCM, DCX, DPX, ICM, ILBM, J2K, JBG, JNX, MIFF, PCT, PSD, SFW, just to name some of them).
The output range is just as wide, comprising both graphic and non-graphic types of files, such as PDF or HTML documents. As such, you can use this application to generate a PDF document out of an image.
If you don't want to see all output files types and just stick to a few standard formats, you can do so using the 'Advanced' menu. This way, the list is narrowed down to just a handful of files, namely JPG, JP2, TIFF, PNG and WebP.
Plain interface with accessible options
The interface is not the most impressive we've seen, actually it is quite dull. Nevertheless, it offers fast access to all the options and helps you quickly go through the configuration settings and get the job done.
The application features preview functionality, which means that you can view each image before proceeding to the conversion process. You can instruct it to save the resulting files in a custom location or in the same directory and optionally overwrite the old images. Furthermore, it enables you to adjust the compression level and check the integrity of the output.
A flexible batch converter for all your images
Advanced Batch Image Converter is easy to work with and provides satisfactory conversion speed, even for tasks that include a larger number of input pictures. Thanks to the simple interface, using it shouldn't pose a problem to anyone. The diverse range of output files makes it a versatile tool ready to meet the requirements of all users.
Advanced Batch Image Converter was reviewed by Mihaela Citea, last updated on November 29th, 2014
Also available: Portable Advanced Batch Image Converter
Runs on: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8 64 bit