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Batch Convert and Resize Photos and PDFs With Converseen

Converseen is an open source, simple to use application for Windows & Linux that helps you batch convent more than 100 image formats. It supports popular image formats including DPX, EXR, GIF, JPEG, PDF, PhotoCD, PNG, Postscript, SVG, and TIFF. Moreover, you can also resize images with this tool.

 Features of Converseen
  1. You can carry out a single or a multiple conversion
  2. Resize one or multiple images.
  3. Compress images for your web pages.
Converseen is quite simple to use and it has no strange options choose. Install it, select your images, choose an image format to convert (for example, PDF, JPG, PNG, etc) and click ‘Convert’ button.

Before clicking ‘convert’ button, don’t forget to choose ‘Rename’ option or ‘Overwrite all’option.

To resize an image (or images), select image width and height, select resolution (if you want) and then click ‘Convert’ button.

Converseen helps you save your time by allowing you to process more than one image with one mouse click.

You can download it for Windows and Linux from source here.


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