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"Snap Converter is a breeze." - Mac AppStorm
"A fast, simple, drag-and-drop image converter." - Lifehacker
"Batch convert tons of image types with Snap Converter." - Cult Of Mac
"Stands out from the competition because of its great resizing options and file size optimization." - AddictiveTips
***IMPORTANT: For Camera Raw types (*.arw, *.cr2, *.crw, *.dng, *.nef, *.mrw, *.orf), please see the camera model support information below. While Snap Converter supports most Camera Raw formats, some Raws specific to certain camera models may not be supported.***
Snap Converter makes image and icon conversion easy. Just drag and drop to convert between many popular graphic formats. Convert bitmap graphics, Mac and Windows icons, Camera Raw images, Photoshop documents, and many other formats. You can even create multi-image Mac icon files from a single image.
Need to convert a lot of images? Snap Converter allow you to convert multiple images in batch mode. Just drag and drop a folder or multiple image files to convert all the images at once.
• Resize images by percentage, longest side, shortest side, absolute size, fixed width or height, or max width and height
• Preserve EXIF data and other image metadata for JPEG and TIFF output
• Add text and image watermarks
• Bulk rename files in batch mode
• Optimize PNG file size
• Adjust JPEG image quality
• Preserve color profiles
• Convert to sRGB for JPG, PNG, and TIFF output
• Process subfolders and preserve output directory structure
• Use batch mode copy option for extracting images from folders
• Output Mac OS X icon (.icns) files (512x512, 256x256, 128x128, 32x32, and 16x16)
Supported Image Formats
Read / Write
• JPEG (.jpg, .jpeg, .jpg)
• PNG (.png)
• BMP (.bmp)
• GIF (.gif)
• TIFF (.tif, .tiff)
• JPEG 2000 (.jp2, .jpx, .j2k)
• Mac OS X Icon (.icns)
• TARGA (.tga)
• Windows Icon (.ico)
• Windows Cursor (.cur)
• Portable Document Format (.pdf) †
• Encapsulated PostScript (.eps) †
• Photoshop Document (.psd)
• Adobe Raw (.dng) †
• Canon Raw (.crw) †
• Canon Raw 2 (.cr2) †
• Nikon Raw (.nef) †
• Minolta Raw (.mrw) †
• Sony Raw (.arw) †
• Olympus Raw (.orf) †
• OpenEXR (.exr) †
† Single-page documents only for PDF and EPS
† For Camera Raw formats, see the supported camera model information below
Supported Camera Models
• For Camera Raw types (.arw, .cr2, etc.), please view the following page to see if Snap Converter supports your camera model: http://www.snapconverter.com/file_types
What's New in Version 2.3
- Updated for Mavericks
- Added a quality option and a convert to sRGB option for JPEG2000 output
Fast and easy way to convert .CR2 to .JPG files
I wanted a fast and easy way to convert and resize my .CR2 to .JPG files, and was having issues with Automator and Photoshop solutions. Researching some options online, I came upon Snap Converter. My time was limited, so for $4 I thought it was worth testing to see if it could help me.
Turns out it was the best app I’ve purchased in months! Fast and easy, It converted and resized my .CR2 files faster than automator or photoshop!
My only fault is that it can only batch process one folder at a time. If it had some sort of queue function, where I could batch process multiple folders, I would gladly pay more for it. Great app. Thanks!
Needs broader RAW support
Developer's website says it "uses Mac OS X's system level support for processing Camera RAW images" and to "check Apple's website (links they provide) "to see if Snap Converter supports your camera model". I did that, and my camera model is supported by OS X, but upon trying a batch conversion of RAW files, Snap Converter was unable to perform. I wrote to the developers about this very issue, and they wrote back with advice which I tried, and I say this. Batch conversion on Panasonic's RW2 file does not work; singular conversion of the same RW2 format *does* work. Take note! Otherwise nice app.
Batch converted my .NEF and .CR2 files
I was searching for something to convert some .NEF files that another photographer took for me — and also some .CR2 files. I needed to convert huge batches of 700+ files on my mac and I had a hard time finding answers when I googled. I found this app in the app store, gave it a shot after trying many freeware programs online that didn’t work. This worked great at converting my files (that’s all I used it for) — no problems, no issues, easy interface.