How to Batch Edit, Resize and Convert images
Batch conversion of images and the use of the command line in Ivan Image Converter.|
Besides being a powerful image converter, image resizer and image editor, Ivan Image Converter offers some advanced features (such as those of a batch image converter, batch photo resizer, batch image editor, etc.) that can make routine image processing operations manifold easier and save you a lot of time. The software features advanced batch conversion functions and has a command line operation mode. Below is a short guide to the use of the command line and the program’s batch processing functions.
If you have several dozen or hundred images that you want to process at once, Ivan Image Converter will make it a real snap. Just select the "Batch mode" command from the main menu to open the batch conversion dialog (alternatively, you can click the "Batch mode" button on the toolbar or press the Ctrl+B key combination).
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The dialog enables you to select the files to be processed (BMP, GIF, JPG, JPEG, PNG, TIF, TIFF, TGA, PSD, EMF, EPS, RAW, DICOM, etc.), specify the batch processing parameters (resizing, cropping, flipping, watermarking, color effects, morphing and more), the output location and the destination format (BMP, DIB, RLE, GIF, JPG, JPEG, TIF, TIFF, PNG, etc.). That’s it - once you are good to go, click "Convert" and the batch image editor will take care of the rest! Apparently, you can select a number of options that will affect the work of this feature-packed batch image converter – from the case of output file names and file name renaming patterns to advanced batch processing options and target location.
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For your convenience, we also added command line support to this batch image converter. This feature can be used for creating *.BAT files, scheduling batch conversion tasks or executing calls from other applications. The executable file of the program can be started with various parameters defining the conversion result. Virtually every aspect of the process can be controlled from the command line – just refer to the help section of the program for details. Here is a short example of a typical command:
ivimconv.exe "c:\bitmaps\old1.bmp" /flip /negative /rotate=(90,1) /convert="c:\bitmaps\new1.gif"
This command will read old1.bmp, flip it vertically, invert its colors, rotate it by 90%, apply fast anti-aliasing and save it as new1.gif.
As you see, using the command line in Ivan Image Converter in really easy – it will take you minutes to start using its batch conversion capabilities efficiently for large arrays of images!
See also: How to convert any image in just three simple steps. [Learn more]
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Supported output formats:
BMP, DIB, RLE, GIF, JPG, JPEG, TIF, TIFF, PNG, PCX, PCC, DCX, TGA, WMF, EMF, ICO, PBM, JNG, JP2, J2K, PS, EPS, PDF, WBMP, PSD, WAP, RAW, PCD, CIN, DOT, DPX, FITS, FPX, HDF, MIFF, PICT, SGI, SUN, VICAR, VIFF, HDP, WDP, XBM and XPM.
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