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Batch Editor lets you combine various image operations into workflows and apply them to any number of images at once. Workflows are especially suited to automate repetitive tasks, saving you lots of time!
• SIMPLICITY: Drag and drop image operations into your workflow, adjust their settings, and immediately see the effect on your images.
• SAVING AND SHARING: Workflows are documents. This means that you can easily save them to disk and use them again later. Or you can share them, e.g. by putting them on your website, making them available for others to use!
• DYNAMIC PREVIEW: While you work on your workflow, you continuously see the effect on your images. This makes it much easier to get your workflow just right; it actually feels like you’re editing images rather than your workflow.
• SAVE EDITING: Batch Editor never edits your original files directly. Instead it creates new images, so your originals remain untouched.
• SMART FILE NAMING: Using Batch Editor you can easily create thousands of new images. Rather than having you type in each new image’s file name individually, Batch Editor lets you specify file names with a general format. For example, you can specify that new images should be named the same as their originals, but with their new size appended to it.
• FLEXIBILITY: Batch Editor doesn’t ask you to do things in a specific order. For example, while you’re working on your workflow, you can add and remove images freely. And even after you have saved your new images to disk, you can decide to change your workflow and overwrite the previously generated files. Or add some more images and save their results to disk as well.
• AUTOSAVE: With Autosave enabled, any images you add are processed and saved to disk immediately. This means that once your workflow is finished, you only need to drag and drop images that you want to process and Batch Editor takes care of the rest!
We almost forgot to say: Creating workflows is also fun! Experiment with combining different image operations and their settings, and you will soon find out how easy it is to make your images more fun, beautiful, or original!
Any wishes for the next version of Batch Editor? Any problems using Batch Editor? Please let us know! We would like to incorporate as much feedback as possible in the next version of Batch Editor, making it the most powerful and nice-to-use Batch Image Editor out there.
What's New in Version 2.2
- We added a new "Blur" image operation, which lets you choose from eight different filters: Box Blur, Disc Blur, Gaussian Blur, Masked Variable Blur, Median Filter, Motion Blur, Noise Reduction, and Zoom Blur.
- The Preview Area (where you can see the effect of your workflow on one of your images) now supports zooming and scrolling (using gestures).
- Batch Editor now saves which of your workflow's steps are collapsed. This means that when you have closed a workflow, you can reopen it and take it up exactly where you left off.
- Bug fixes.
Inconsistent & Inaccurate
The batch processing of resizing images works fine, that is, if you want your images saved at 72dpi. There’s no option to save them as high resolution, which is a necessity for an image editing app of such. Also, the “change canvas size” or “resize” feature doesn’t work. I attempted to crop one image as a test to 1300px x 2000px and all it did was create a 256x256 thumbnail of the image. Not sure what this is about, but I tried it multiple times, each with the same result. Bummer. Requesting a refund.
- Category: Graphics & Design
- Updated: Jul 01, 2015
- Version: 2.2
- Size: 5.8 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: GameTogether Softwareontwikkeling
- © GameTogether Softwareontwikkeling
Compatibility: OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor