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Old 3rd April, 2004, 03:19 PM
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Good tool for batch processing of images?

Does anyone know of any good tools for processing image files in batches?

For example - to convert multiple images to another format or to resize them all.
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Old 3rd April, 2004, 03:36 PM
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Do you have Photoshop CS? I can do it.

File -> Automate -> Batch
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I'm using PaintShop Pro. It does have a batch item on the file menu which will load a bunch of files and save them in another format.

I'd like to buy a copy of Photoshop CS, but it's expensive. Is Photoshop Elements worth while?
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Old 8th April, 2004, 01:34 PM
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I'm using PaintShop Pro. It does have a batch item on the file menu which will load a bunch of files and save them in another format.

I'd like to buy a copy of Photoshop CS, but it's expensive. Is Photoshop Elements worth while?
Yeah, way expensive. I haven't tried Elements, but anything with the Photoshop label on it can't be bad, eh?
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All photoshop can do batch conversion from I think 5 onwards.

Elements is okay, but you are better with PSP than Elements - it is literally a few elements of a real installation of Photoshop 7 or 8 (CS).
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Old 31st May, 2004, 04:07 AM
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Does anyone know of any good tools for processing image files in batches?

For example - to convert multiple images to another format or to resize them all.
Try This: http://www.irfanview.com/

Irfan View is great for batch processing. It's been around for a while now. It's a small program but has a lot of function.

They also have a Windows 2003 version out.
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