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EasyBatchPhoto 3.3

Quickly and easily resize, edit and convert a large number of images

by Bob Thornton

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License: Trial Software
Operating Systems: Mac OS X
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Languages: English
Software Cost: $23.95 (Mac)
Date Updated: 23 December 2015
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Downloads To Date: 546
Developer: Yellow Mug Software
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EasyBatchPhoto
Edit a number of images in one fell swoop using EasyBatchPhoto

If you have a large number of images that need to have the same processes applied to them - such as converting to the same format or resizing to the same dimensions - manually loading each one into an image editor individually can be a frustrating and time consuming task.

EasyBatchPhoto can lend a helping hand by making it possible to process a large number of images as batch, quickly applying the same settings to each of them. After configuring the settings you would like to use in terms of image resizing, converting to different formats, adding a watermark and renaming, any number of images can be dragged onto the program window for processing in a flash.

Whether you're sorting out images for use on a web site, organising a digital photograph collection or simply want to ensure that all of your images are in the same format, EasyBatchPhoto would easily save you hours of work.

Processing is fast, but when a very large number of images are involved things can take a little longer. This is not a problem as EasyBatchPhoto makes intelligent use of system resources and can be left running in the background while you continue to use your Mac for something else.

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EasyBatchPhoto makes it easy to quickly process large numbers of images, helping to save you time.

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