Batch It 6.15 Batch It! is an automated Unicode Batch Imaging Editor which allows you to resize, rename , add captions, add drop shadow, remove red eye, create tiled images, print and enhance images.
AutoBatch It! 2.17 AutoBatch It! v2 is a batch image processor made for command line operation and as a System Tray Icon application for timer based operation.
Description: Batch JPEG Rotator (32 Bit and 64 Bit) supports rotation of all or selective JPEG which requires rotation based on the EXIF Orientation tag added by your digital camera. It supports 90 degrees Clockwise, 90 degrees CounterClockwise, 180 degrees Clockwise, Flip Images Horizontally and Flip Images Vertically orientation. You can switch between Lossless or Lossy Rotation. With the Lossless Rotation, you can assured that you will not lose any image quality and the Lossy Rotation allows you to shrink down the file size of the photos during rotation.
If you have a camera which can detect orientation as most modern cameras do, Batch JPEG Rotator 2 can take advantage of that tagging so as to only rotate photos which needs to be rotated. It does not matter if you rotate your camera left or right to take that picture.
This application comes with touch friendly buttons so you can use it on your new Windows 8 Tablet.
It fully supports both the 32 Bit and 64 Bit Windows Natively. The 64 Bit version takes advantage of the larger memory addresses and is capable of handling large photos and does it a lot quicker.
Better JPEG photo editor 188.8.131.52 BetterJPEG is a JPEG photo editor specifically designed to avoid recompression loss when editing photos. Rotation, crop, brightness and color adjustment, red eye removal
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