A free and easy-to-use image and photo converter application for Linux operating systems
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XnConvert is a free, powerful and multi-platform graphical application that allows users to easily and quickly convert a single or multiple image files from one format to another, under Linux, Windows and Mac systems.
A batch image processing utilityXnConvert is a batch image processing utility that has been blessed with support for more than 500 file formats, including JPEG, JPG, TIF, TIFF, PNG, GIF, JPEG2000, WebP, OpenEXR, as well as camera RAW images.
Photos can be manipulated in various waysWith this software you can manipulate photos in various ways. It is possible to resize photos, modify brightness, saturation or gamma settings, change contrast, apply filters like sharpen, blur or emboss, rotate images, edit metadata, crop images, as well as to add watermarks, masking and vignetting.
Comes with a multilingual and easy to use interfaceXnConvert’s graphical user interface is written in Qt and comes with support for more than 20 different languages and features convenient drag and drop functionality. It uses a tabbed interface that gives users quick access to input and output files, actions, status and settings.
How XnConvert works?The application is designed with usability in mind, which means that you can easily convert any of the supported image file from one format to another, and add as many modifications as you want from the Actions tab.
It’s a cross-platform softwareXnConvert is a cross-platform application that has been successfully tested under the GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. The application makes use of the batch processing module of the XnViewMP application, which is available for download on Softpedia.
Availability and supported architecturesThe software is available for download as universal binary archives, as well as binary pacjages for DEB- and RPM-based Linux distributions. Both 64-bit and 32-bit architectures are supported at this time.
XnConvert was reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on November 7th, 2014