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BatchPhoto 2.8.1

BatchPhoto Editor's Review

BatchPhoto is an application that can help you edit your images using a broad range of options. The distinctive characteristic of this software is that any image processing can be done in batch mode. You can use BatchPhoto to convert, re-size, watermark, annotate, touch-up, apply effects, and rename hundreds of photos in a single operation, which can spare you a relevant amount of time.

BatchPhoto's interface is very intuitive, which makes the program very easy to use. Actually, BatchPhoto's interface is designed as a three-step wizard. This makes image editing a task that's extremely easy to complete.

In step one you can load up an entire directory of images to be altered. A preview is available in case you wish to make a selection of your favorite pics. Next, you can select the filter to modify your images: you use two annotation tools, five touch-up tools, seven transformation tools and eighteen effects. Previewing of the original and modified images may help you decide which filters to use. The last step is processing your images. The processing time may vary depending on the number of pictures to be processed.

Pluses: The excellent time-saving approach to batch image processing.

Drawbacks / flaws:

In conclusion: This application proved to be an excellent tool for all of us beginner and average photographers.

version reviewed: 2.6.1

What's Required in Version 2.8.1 of BatchPhoto

CPU: 1 GHz, RAM: 512 MB

What's New in Version 2.8.1 of BatchPhoto

Updated watermark feature, new languages supported (German, French, Italian).

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