Convert Multiple Image Format Quickly with Image Converter Plus

January 30, 2010 | By | 3 Replies More

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Converting image files into different formats have never been easier these days with the advent of so many robust tools coming from various software developers. However, having a lot of options can sometimes become confusing thus valuable recommendation from reputable sources leads users to have the right set of tools.

Images come in various formats and among the popular ones are JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP and TIFF although there are more than 100 graphic formats available in different applications.

The Concept of Image Formats

We use images for different purposes however, the effectiveness of each images may vary depending on its format and the way it was used. This means that certain types of image files may look better compared to another image file but could be more effective when used for same purpose.

For example, PNG or Portable Network Graphic files are aesthetically better compared to JPG/JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) or GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) images however the downside is they are more resource consuming when used on websites because their file sizes are normally larger.

Although JPEG image files’ quality is not as good as PNGs, they are more resource friendly because of their smaller size and are much suitable for use as banner with an image as a background. GIF, on the other hand, have the least quality and size, appears grainy and are much suitable for text-based banners.

Understanding the concept of image formats does a great deal in making us appreciate the reason why an image converter is necessary.

The Hunt for an Image Converter

Image format conversion can be accomplished using different mediums. Web-based conversion although efficient because of its universal accessibility through the internet could make the task impossible to complete due to dependency on the browser component unlike using an installed application, PC-based tools make it easier to accomplish the task with less the requirement in a fraction of the time.

There are many software out there that does image conversion however if we are after simplicity and specificity, we generally could go in to a whole lot of searching just to find the right program that would fit our needs.

I was scouring the web a couple of days ago and I came across this nifty software for image conversion known as Image Converter Plus by fCoder Group.

Image Converter Plus

The concept is pretty simple. Convert an image file format into another type of image file e.g. a PNG image into a JPEG image.

Why use Image Converter Plus?

Image Converter Plus makes it easier to convert image files into another format in less time with image correction, application of various filters and effects, image editing operations like resizing and cropping, image effects rendering like embossing, sharpening, and image noise reduction among others can all be done as well in large batches.

Having used Image Converter Plus on web design projects allowed me to experience its high quality imaging capability since it doesn’t spoil your files’ quality instead it makes them even better while at the same time allotting you more time to focus on other things without sacrificing the value you put into your money and in your work.

Its intuitive user interface makes it easier to navigate and switch between features plus its handy right-click menu integration is easy to fall in love with like it’s almost close to perfection.

What can Image Converter Plus do that other software cannot?

Image Converter Plus can convert huge files even several GBs larger and faster while supporting multiple image formats and dialects, HDRI for HDR photography, RAW formats for photos taken from known camera brands like Kodak, Nikon, Canon, etc., multi-core processors, 64-bit systems, 16 bit/channels, and works with EXIF and IPTC information.

Image Converter Plus also allows you to send your converted images by email or upload them via FTP without the need for a third-party FTP client/software.

How do I use Image Converter Plus?

It’s very simple to use so I’m sure that you wouldn’t have a hard time with it. You don’t need to be a pro in order to appreciate its usefulness. Watch this video here for a quick tutorial.

What is the system requirements needed for use with this software?

This software should work on computers with the following specifications:
CPU: Pentium 2.
RAM: 128 RAM.
HDD free space: 50 Mb.
OS: Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista

Systems that exceed these requirements are highly favored for optimal performance. You may visit this page for installation instructions.

The Verdict

Image Converter Plus definitely out smarts any type of software of its kind. A masterpiece created for flawless and seamless image conversion solutions.

It’s not that bad for US$49 on a single license, a really good investment if you were to ask me. Conversion scripts are already available upon installation so everything is touch and go. Using conversion via command-line option can be a challenge for beginners as they are intended for more advanced users.

The software at the moment doesn’t have a zipped version which means portability is not yet supported but hopefully in time it will.
Over all, it’s worth the try. I’ve used it myself so if I were happy with it, and so can you.

You can download Image Converter Plus from here. If you haven’t tried this software, here’s your chance to do so and feel the difference. Let me know how it works on your end. Feel free to share your experience, give comments or ask questions in the comments section.

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  1. rtataoea (Tata) | August 9, 2010
  1. James says:

    Hmmm… this could be useful. I have a photo blog, and there are times when I find myself making one conversion… after another… after another… takes forever. :-/
    .-= James´s last blog ..Moon =-.

  2. Mathdelane says:

    Hi James,
    This software would be really helpful to you. You have a nice photo blog and this should work perfectly with it.

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