Convert and resize your digital images with this convenient Windows-based tool.
I recently got a “new” digital camera. My father passed a few years ago, and my mother sent me dad’s Nikon D70 early last week. I’ve got another Nikon, a D3000 and a number of lenses that fit, but didn’t fully work (the auto-focus motors didn’t work with the D3000 but do with the D70. I’ve got some really nice lenses, and really enjoy taking close ups of my granddaughter. I took well over 150 pictures over the weekend in 2 different shoots.
When you have so many photos, it can be difficult to go through them individually. The amount of time required to prep that many photos for posting to the internet can require hours of work. This is one of the reasons why I like apps like Converseen. It’s a multi-platform, batch photo editor that works on Windows.
Converseen is an open source batch image converter and resizer. It supports more than 100 image formats; and you can convert and resize an unlimited number of images to any of the most popular formats like DPX, EXR, GIF, JPEG, PhotoCD, PNG, Postscript, SVG, and TIFF. Converseen allows you to convert, resize, rotate and flip automatically an unlimited number of images.
Converseen can handle multiple file conversions, resizings, and compressions. It can rotate and flip images. It can also rename a bunch of images using a progressive number or a prefix/suffix. After you get familiar with its interface, selecting a resampling filter to resize images will become second nature.
Converseen is a great app for handling batch conversions, resizings, renames or rotations. It handles the post-processing work, pretty well. It would be nice if it also did the retouching in batch-style, but this will work very well with other, recently reviewed (as of July 2013) apps on Soft32.