Batch Image Commander

Batch Image Commander 2.0

Batch Image Command Line Tool

Batch Image Command Line Tool which supports resizing, adding text captions, format conversion of Multipage TIFF, JPG, PNG and BMP documents and images. Utilizing the Settings Template, it makes it easy to extend image processing to your workflow, website, application or anything that can call a command line.

Batch Image Commander 2.0 details

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License: Shareware
Price: $149.00
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File size: 4.99 MB
Downloads: 3
Keywords: command line, image processing, tiff, jpg, resize image, document, text caption
Author URL: http://www.batchimage.com
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Windows 10

x32

Windows 10

x64

Batch Image Commander for Windows 10 - Full description

Batch Image Command Line Tool which supports resizing, adding text captions, format conversion of Multipage TIFF, JPG, PNG and BMP documents and images. Utilizing the Settings Template, it makes it easy to extend image processing to your workflow, website, application or anything that can call a command line. Batch Image Commander can be used to :- *Resize images by pixels (downsize or upsize), by percentage or preset multipliers such as 1/2x, 1/3x, 1/4x, 2x and 4x. The Resizing by Pixels lets you downsize large images and upsize smaller images than the preset width and height settings. There is a switch which can be used to have it respect the dimension aspect ratio. *Create Thumbnail Images of the original images. *Supports Resample Methods option None, Lanczos3, Bell, Triangle, Hermite and Bspline which can enhance the quality of the resized images. *Adjust Brightness and Contrast settings of the images. *Create Negative or Grayscale Images. *Add Text Captions to the images and align them using the preset options. *Import JPEG, TIFF, PNG, BMP, PCX, JPEG 2000 and GIF (Non-animated) *Export JPEG, TIFF, PNG, BMP, PCX, JPEG 2000 and GIF (Non-animated) *For JPEG images, you can adjust the Quality, Smoothing and turn on the Progressive load features *For TIFF, it can handle both single and multipage TIFF files. When loading and saving to TIFF, all the pages would be preserved. When you export to a format which does not support multipage, each page would be extracted and save as their respective individual pages. *The supported TIFF Compression includes LZW, CCITT G3, CCITT G4, Huffman, Packbit, ZIP, Deflate, Uncompressed and JPEG. *Supports the Dots Per Inch option *Add Prefix and Suffix to the saved filename It comes in native 32 and 64 Bit Modules

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