ImBatch is an interesting batch processing tool which can convert, resize, rotate and carry out other operations on lots of images in a single operation.
Adding images is as easy as dragging and dropping them onto the program, and ImBatch supports plenty of file formats: BMP, DIB, RLE, TIF, TIFF, FAX, G3N, G3F, XIF, GIF, JPG, JPEG, JPE, JIF, PCX, PNG, TGA, TARGA, VDA, ICB, VST, PIX, PXM, PPM, PGM, PBM, WBMP, JP2, J2K, JPC, J2C, DCX, DAT, PSD, WDP and HDP.
Clicking "Add Task" then allows you to choose exactly what you'd like to do with these files. The options available are "Save As" (convert format), "Resize", "Rotate", "Soft Shadow", "Flip", "Round Corners", "Convert Colours", "Convert to Gray", "Set Tag", "Remove Tags" and "Shift Time" (the final 3 all relate to EXIF tags).
As you combine these tasks, so a Live Preview window shows you what they'll do to your target image.
There's even a task command to upload your processed images to Facebook, so you won't have the hassle of doing this manually.
Version 5.8.1 (see full changelog):
- 'Save to PDF' task: added "File path" parameter.
- 'Set Background Image' task: added "Crop" parameter.
- Added the ability to disable hints for tasks.
- Image Monitor: Added the ability to exclude subfolders from monitoring.
- Added the ability to insert supported functions into expressions with menu.
- 'Watermark Text' task: fixed the text stamp size measurement.
- 'Set EXIF/IPTC Tag' task: changed setting of numeric tags. Now you can use expressions.
- 'Resize' task: fixed setting the value for DPI.
- Fixed displaying in the Preview window the results of the 'Set DPI' task.
- 'Resize' task: fixed the size calculation in the preview.
- 'Resize Canvas' task: fixed the size calculation in the preview.
- Fixed localization of text input fields with tags.
- Fixed setting ranges for the function Random in the expressions, added function Random01, which returns a random number in the range 0
- EXIF/IPTC editor: fixed work with GPS EXIF tags.
- Added new EXIF tags
ImBatch provides plenty of image batch processing power, yet remains fairly easy to use.