A new mechanism of batch image process and conversion. An operation in this software is a sequence of image processes. Use Image Operation, you can assemble a set of image process to an image operation. And then apply the image operation to many image files selected from windows explorer, including in sub-dirs. Current version includes 23 image type read, 10 types write, 31 process. Interface is provided for user to add image type and process. Version 1.2 includes unspecified updates.
What's new in this version: Version 1.2 includes unspecified updates.
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