Supported over 100 image file types
The application can convert between more than 100 images, including, but not limited to, PNG, JPEG, GIF, DPX, JPEG-2000, EXR, Postscript, PhotoCD, TIFF, and SVG. Thanks to its clean and easy-to-use user interface, users will be able to quickly convert, rotate, flip, and resize an unlimited number of image files, all at once.
In addition, users can execute a single or multiple conversion operation, create one or multiple thumbnails for converted images, as well as to compress images for publishing on their personal websites.
One of the best batch image conversion utilities
It is one of the best batch image conversion software application for Linux, especially because it doesn't confuse the user with strange options and useless buttons and function keys. Another interesting feature is the ability to batch rename the converted images, simply by using a prefixes, suffixes or progressive numbers.
Under the hood, supported OSes and availability
The best thing about this application is that its developer provides detailed information about how to configure, compile and install the program from sources, as well as installation instructions for popular Linux distributions.
Officially supported Linux operating systems include the Fedora, Ubuntu, openSUSE, Mageia, Arch Linux, and Chakra flavors. The Microsoft Windows (XP/Vista/7/8) operating systems are also supported by Converseen.
Under the hood, we can report that the program is written in C++ around the Qt4 libraries, but most of its image conversion functions are backed by the well known and open source ImageMagick software.
Download Converseen today and save your time with overwhelming image conversion tasks. It can be easily installed in any Linux machine with a single command (see the official website for details).
Reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on October 18th, 2014
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Application descriptionConverseen is an open source graphical application written in C++, using the Qt libraries, and designed to act as an i...