reaConverter is a powerful batch image converter which allows you to convert multiple images between a huge variety of different formats in a single operation. The bulk image converter provides immense support for different formats, so you can use it to open and convert any image of any format you are ever likely to encounter, including both rare and obsolete formats. In total, 545 input image formats are supported as well as 56 output formats.
Supported formats include all of the standard and advanced formats, RAW formats used by professional digital photographers, Microsoft Office Document formats including DOC, DOCX and RTF, CAD and AutoCAD formats and a whole lot more.
In addition to standard bulk image conversion features, you can also edit multiple images in one hit, including resizing, mirroring, applying filters and watermarks and much more. If you are looking for the ultimate batch image converter, then reaConverter is the solution you should be looking for.
The new update of reaConverter 7 lets creative people do what they should - create - taking the most of routine operations upon itself. The feature is called Watch Folders, and that's what it does: watches folders containing images for new or modified files
and instantly applies predefined actions to them. Working invisibly in the background, reaConverter's Watch Folders feature allows a user to resize, crop, adjust brightness and colors, add watermarks and otherwise alter images of 400+ supported formats that landed in the specified source folder.
You can find out more at http://www.reaconverter.com and download a trial version or purchase the bulk image converter today.
System Requirements: Windows OS
Operating System Support: Win2000, WinXP, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 10, WinServer, WinOther, WinVista, WinVista x64
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