Batch J2K Converter is a blazing fast batch image converter which is made to handle large jpeg 2000 images fast. It allows you to resize, convert, add watermark, add caption and more to your images. Apart from JPEG 2000, it can handle JPEG, BMP, TIFF
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Description: Batch J2K Converter is a blazing fast batch image converter which is made to handle large jpeg 2000 images fast. It allows you to resize, convert, add watermark, add caption and more to your images. Apart from JPEG 2000, it can handle JPEG, BMP, TIFF and other commonly used image format. It is a must have for anyone who needs to convert JPEG-2000 Maps with Geo-TIFF to an easily available image format. Batch J2K Converter comes with a blazing method Resize by Ratio method for JPEG 2000 images.
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