This Windows software program functions as an image converter as well as an editor. It is similar in appearance to the likes of Windows Explorer, and users are easily able to find out where they have saved images. You are essentially able to find, organize, and save pictures to your drive in an effective manner so that files are never lost or hard to find. The organization is a great function of this program.
Additionally, it converts image as the main function, and it is compatible with several image formats, with very few, if any, not being compatible.
It also has an incorporated command-line tool that enables users to modify and filter images with their console mode, so there are never any issues when it comes to processing images and coming up with the highest quality you choose. I love this program because of its versatility in what it does. That although it is mainly functioning as an image converter, it works with so many different file formats.
On top of that, a user is also able to edit images and bring out the best of their works. This part is ideal for photographs, professional,s or those who simply want to touch up their photos, new or old. It comes with a free trial, and the paid version gives users an upgrade in terms of functions and features. It is also compatible with Webshots so that it works with even raw images from camera rolls.
This is ideal for users of various scales, so if you want to test the program out, you can work with whichever version will suit your needs. You can convert images freely, as well as edit, and for those who simply want to touch up photos a bit, I suggest that you try the free trial first, and I think you will like how simple and easy it is to work with. The whole process is elegant, and not much is complicated. I will definitely be using this trial version in the future, as I think this is the type of program that I would want when it comes to preparing my own uploads for social media or various platforms.
Has a command-line version so that advanced photographers can use depth functions
For Windows users