Ultimate Webshots Converter 1.6.6
Well, search no more because Ultimate Webshots Converter can do that and even more thanks to its powerful conversion features.
Supported file formats
This is an application that's addressed to all Webshots users, so it can handle collections in the WBC format, the downloaded pictures (in the WBZ extension) and the Webshots pictures hosted in the WB1 and WBD formats.
Batch processing and renaming features
At a first glance, Ultimate Webshots Converter will not let you see what goodies it hides under the hood, but all will change once you hit the conversion button.
The program can perform batch conversions in the aforementioned formats and it can also rename the images based only on their names.
Extract a single image from a collection
On top of all that, Ultimate Webshots Converter has a special feature to allow you to extract just a single picture from a whole collection. This way you will not have to convert an entire set of photos to pick just one you like the most.
Testing its performance
What impressed us during our test was actually how fast this program works, as the conversion process goes really quickly, even when having to deal with large collections.
To sum things up, it's safe to say that Ultimate Webshots Converter is one of the best apps you can get when it comes to dealing with Webshots photos. The strong feature pack coupled with the great ease of use make this software application suitable for all user categories.
Reviewed by Bogdan Popa on August 9th, 2014
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- For this new version, some bugs have been fixed, and a new feature added in the batch conversion tool : a new variable representing the Daily Date is available in the customized naming pattern editor.
- In order to provide a better service in the distribution of UWC, you may notice that the files and the forum (which is re-opened) are now hosted at SourceForge.
Application descriptionUltimate Webshots Converter is a Webshots pictures processor that is able to show and save into JPEG files the images ...