looked easy and fast, see potential for docs too
Works great and very flexible
I've been using Batch Image Resizer for a couple years now. I upgraded to the latest "complete" version because I needed to use it in an "embedded" environment (building complex documents from content sourced in PowerPoint) where a couple hundred slide images would be cropped and white space removed in the process of doing other stuff. The product is great, and does everything in an easy and straightforward fashion. The odds are if you need a feature to manipulate your image the feature is there. Note the licensing and pricing is confusing. As a former product manager it took me way too long to figure out exactly what I needed to buy and what it would cost. But in truth it's not that expensive, and worth it in the end.
Mariel Rearte – Software Informer
Batch Image Enhancer is an image editing tool developed by BinaryMark. It is a powerful tool for photographers and casual graphic designers who are looking for an affordable alternative to Adobe Photoshop. Along with being able to resize, rotate, and crop images, Batch Image Enhancer also has advanced features like watermarks, face-detection algorithms, and the layer support. Its most distinctive feature is the ability to process multiple images in a single operation.
Batch Image Enhancer has endless photo manipulation and enhancement capabilities, which make it a worthy rival to high-end editing software. You can adjust color, lightness, and saturation levels; sharpen and blur portions of the photo; and work with a variety of different plugins that give the image specific artistic effects. The program also works with a number of different file types, from the common BMP, JPEG, and GIF, to less commonly used files like HDR, PNM, and TGA.
Images can be processed in three ways using this program. Apart from the possibility of editing images manually, BIE includes an Automatic/Background mode which works by monitoring selected folders for images that match a certain criteria. The Scheduled/Triggered Mode, on the other hand, lets users program processing tasks at a certain day/time or whenever a specified event occurs.
The versatility and capabilities of Batch Image Enhancer make it a good program for an amateur designer or someone who is looking to learn the basics of photo manipulation. However, its main drawback is the user interface. Batch Image Enhancer’s design layout is overwhelming and cluttered, making it much harder to navigate than more popular photo editing programs. This makes it especially difficult to work with more than one image at a time. For this reason, the program could be especially challenging for users with little experience in photo editing.
Pros: Powerful batch image editor. Lots of photo manipulation and enhancement capabilities. Wide format support. Includes Automatic and Scheduled modes.
Cons: GUI is overwhelming and cluttered.
Just down loaded. Fro the initial try it looks good for me.
Simple to use, fast.
I shoot photography in raw format and then edit in Photoshop converting all to .tif format. This had worked for me well until recently when I wanted to upload a collection and the upload had to be in jpg. I went shopping for a batch converter to make it work relatively seamless. I found this software, tried it and to my delight it worked without a hitch. Straight to .jpg without any issues. Thank you Batch Image Converter.
After trying a couple "free" batch image resizing utilities that were good, but not great, I decided to give the BinaryMark product a try. Quite simply, it works great! More importantly, the technical support I received was outstanding both in the terms of timeliness and correctness.
Batch image processor
I use Binary Mark batch image processor frequently, and find it a flexible and adaptable tool with which to edit and process similar images in bulk. I would be happy to recommend this product.