If you are looking for Convert Image, you have come to the right place. We explain what Convert Image is and point you to the official download.
What is Convert Image?
Softinterface’s Convert Image application is, as the name says, an image file format converter. It also has some basic image editing tools: for example, a user can use the program to resize images, rotate them, flip them, skew them, and so on. Users can also run adjustment programs like auto-contrast, gamma editing, and so on. Other edits are achievable through filters in the software.
But the primary function of the software is to serve as a file format converter, of course. Examples of file formats that the program can handle would be CUR, J2K, ANI, RAS, WMF, JPG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, PNG, EMF, PCX, ICO, and TGA. It supports integration with the Windows Explorer shell, so conversion can be as easy to perform as through a simple right-click on the file to be converted when on Windows Explorer. The effects can also be applied through that shell command. Users can create special configurations for conversions and edits they want to run again, and are also given the option for conversion scheduling or automation. The program also supports command line operation for power users who want full control.
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File types supported by Convert Image
Our users primarily use Convert Image to open these file types:
About file types supported by Convert Image
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Last updated: : September 25, 2014