Boxoft Batch Photo Processor estaba como Giveaway el día n 19 de enero de 2011
Tiene un lío con las imágentes que necesita cortar, recortar, redimensionar o incluso estampar por lotes? Boxoft Photo Processor es un programa de edición y multiconversión funcional de imágenes. Esta aplicación tan fácil de usar soporta casi todo tipo de formatos de imágenes gráficas, y provee múltiples y variadas herramientas de edición y mejora. Todas las operaciones pueden ser realizadas en modo por lotes por una entera lista de imágenes, tales como tales como la adición de logotipo mismo texto a las imágenes, recorte de imágenes diferentes para el mismo tamaño y formato.
Windows 2000/ 2003/ XP/ Vista/ 7
Need to resize multiple digital photos at the same time? Boxoft Batch Photo Resizer is such an easy-to-use program for you to batch resize images. Besides, the convenient software also can help you to complete many other batch tasks, such as batch rename with continuous numbers, batch rotate portrait images to landscape ones, batch stamp with text and so on.
Boxoft TimeStamp to Photo is simple but powerful software to add timestamp to digital photos using EXIF information with no quality losing. When you want to show date and time information of photos while making hardcopies, this program will be useful enough to extract and superimpose time EXIF codes on your digital files.
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To Vladimir (#1 ): xnView can batch process the images, and YOU CAN select the quality of the output image. (Instead of using "Convert Into...", use "Convert", and click the "Settings" button.)
Anyway, xnView is an excellent free viewer and simple editor, with batch processing, TWAIN scan and screenshot supports, and more. Much more powerful than Boxoft Batch Photo Processor.
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Boxoft Batch Photo Processor is a practical minded app that works -- by practical I mean that it doesn't have the maybe fancier design we've seen on some other batch processing or watermarking software. It seems to do well with jpg images, but .png files were almost 2x the original Photoshop file sizes [for a flipped photo with nothing that should add more data]. Settings for output formats are mostly limited to 16 bit, but using "Same as origin file" output was reported as 24 bit in properties & by MediaInfo. As soon as you install Boxoft Batch Photo Processor you *might* want to do one or both, deleting the Boxtools folder in ProgramData [win7] or All Users\ Application Data [XP], &/or removing the BoxTools Run key entry in the registry -- otherwise BoxTools [an app that tells you about available software] will be installed the next time Windows starts. If you're unsure about the location of the folder use search -- if you're unsure about the registry key use one of the utilities that's been on GOTD for managing what starts with Windows, or get Autoruns from Microsoft.com.
Boxoft Batch Photo Processor comes with a short PDF manual & a matching pdfbppdoc.mht file that opens in your web browser using the Start Menu shortcut or the Help button in the program. You can find knowledgebase articles on the app here http://goo.gl/Ge7FZ . Otherwise it's not hard to use -- after importing files or folders you go to the list of included filters, where double-clicking one brings up that filter's settings window. You build a list of filters you want to apply, set their order [if/when it matters], & proceed to step 3, setting the output names, formats, & destinations. While you can overlay images, text, & dates, you control their placement either using presets or entering coordinates -- you can't simply drag into position. And in Vista/7 you may have very minor problems browsing for images -- I couldn't access any folders in the My Documents view that opened by default, though browsing to actual folders/files worked fine.
On laptops &/or netbooks etc. with very limited storage, the small size of Boxoft Batch Photo Processor would be a definite plus -- as installed the app's folder has 12 files at ~5 MB, but delete everything [i.e. 3 samples, uninstall files etc.] but the .exe file, english.lng, & MMPDF.dll, and you'll wind up with a footprint less than 1.5 MB. Setup adds 3 keys -- 1 for the app, 1 under ASProtect, & 1 for uninstall [with the installer opening up the web browser I monitored a total of almost 400 new [mostly garbage] entries in 7, ~150 in XP]. I have used Portable App Creator on an earlier version of Boxoft Batch Photo Processor to make it portable [portableapps.com format].
There are plenty of apps that batch process photos, from utilities like today's GOTD to image editors to image browsers/cataloging software -- which type of app is better depends on what you need & want for whatever you're doing, e.g. if you're already in XnView doing something else you won't want to exit just to run Boxoft's utility, but for something quick, on-the-fly you might or might not prefer their Batch Photo Processor... there's no harm in having both, & much more in your graphics/image handling toolbox. FWIW I've long had XnView on my hard drive, but not using it much or often the batch processing stuff takes me longer because I 1st have to find it & figure out [again] how it works -- because of that utilities like Boxoft Batch Photo Processor are often easier & quicker for me to use. And if you're tight on space, there's a big difference between < 1.5 MB & the full version of XnView's 42 MB [&/or even the "Small" version at 9 MB].
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If you want to resize a lot of your photos (you shoot RAW + JPEG, and JPEG is needed only by you, as a convenient reference for RAW file), you can use a free alternative - XnView (www.xnview.com). But you have to install an addon for XnView, to make this feature work. This is easy, free, fully configurable, and gives excellent results. The only drawback: you can't choose a level of compression of resized image.
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I really do not understand why most of these software think they are so important that they must Start up with Windows everytime and leave no option for the user not to allow that.
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IrfanView? that [with the plugin pack] and XnView are my benchmarks- maybe today I can actually get in a real opinion.
if this doesn't do raw, then FastStone Photo Resizer is in the running too. hmm.
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