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Batch Image Commander 1.44

It comes in command line, controlled tray icon and processor modules.


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Total downloads: 245
  • Last Updated: Mar 25, 2012
  • License: Shareware $99
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Batch Image Commander is a Photo & Image software developed by iRedSoft Technology Inc. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Batch Image Commander:

Edit by Brothersoft: The command line module allows you to extend the image resizing functionability to an existing program by passing on the images to be processed or to a Windows based web server through CGI, ASP or any tools which could call an external function. The tray icon module sits on your desktop and processed images based on the time interval which you set. It allows you to create multiple image processing profile files which you can use with the command line function to simply the properties you need to assign it.
The Batch timer processor module extends the tray icon module by allowing you to run multiple batch image processors.
Batch Image Commander allows you to :-
- Resize Images by Pixels, by percentage or preset multipliers
- Create thumbnail images
- Set Brightness and Contrast
- Create Negatives from Images
- Create Grayscale Images
- Add Text Captions
- Import JPEG, JPEG 2000, TIFF, BMP, PNG and GIF Images
- Convert images to JPEG, JPEG 2000, TIFF, BMP, PNG and GIF
- Save Progressive JPEG
- Change JPEG Quality, Smoothing ratio and Dot Per Inch (DPI)
- Add Prefix and Suffix
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