Auto Photo Editor is an all-in-one photo editor for your batch photo-editing converter. Allowing you to easily convert multiple photo/image files at the click of a button. You can batch resize, rotate, stamp text on your images, and convert format to others. It's easy to create batch files to automate routine photo processing/conversion tasks. Version 3.8 adds some function and fixes some bugs.
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