By pierre gougelet
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XnConvert is a batch image-converter and resizer with a powerful and ease of use experience. All common picture and graphics formats are supported (i.e. JPG, PNG, TIFF, GIF, Camera RAW, JPEG2000, WebP, OpenEXR) as well as supporting over 500 other image formats. Also available within the batch operations include rotating, adding of watermarks, adding of text along with many image-adjustment features such as brightness, shadows and more.
Among the features included are:
• Batch adding of files and folders
• Support for drag-n-drop of files
• Batch rotating, cropping, resizing and more
• Adding of photo masks
• Preserving or removing image metadata in conversions
• Multipage image file support (i.e animated GIF, APNG, TIFF)
• Command line integration via NConvert
• Filters - such as 'Blur', 'Gaussian Blur', 'Emboss', "Sharpen' and much more
• Effects - such as 'Old photo'
What's New in Version 1.73
Doesn’t handle FPX files, despite the website saying it does
This was a waste of time, trying to convert old Kodak FPX files to something readable. With over 500 file formats that the program supports, FPX isn’t among them, even though the website says it will both read and write in this format. The program tells me that the image is "not a picture.” Not only doesn’t it recognize the image format coming in, the list of output formats doesn’t include FPX either, not that you’d want to convet images to that format anyway. The website simply has wrong information, and it makes me distrustful of any of the other 500 formats the app says it supports.
Amazing Productivity Tool
I process around 300 images for print & web use. After processing the resulting 16 bit TIF’s need to be converted to JPEG for posting on the web. With a couple of clicks in XNconvert, the images are resampled, resized and ready for delivery. It is lightening fast and can chug through 900+ images in a matter of seconds.
Great too and kudos to the developers for a great tool and time saver
Conversion was fast and fantastic
Saved me hours and was able to convert 10 years of photos from 10s to gigs to under 300MB, for browsing on a picture frame. Fantastic utility.