Nowadays there are quite a lot of situations where you may need to deal with numerous images and manipulate them in certain ways. Normally it isn’t quite photo editing in the conventional sense, but rather other tasks such as converting, resizing, renaming and rotating the images so that they can be published on a blog or website, used as part of a presentation, or anything else really.
Although you may quite easily be able to perform these tasks on individual images, trying to do so in bulk can be an entirely different matter. Imagine having to resize hundreds of photos one by one and just imagine how much time (and how tedious) it would be to do so.
One way to significantly cut your workload down is to automate it and process your images in batches so that they can be dealt with in bulk as opposed to individual. That is what Movavi Photo Batch can do on your behalf, and it will help you to manipulate as many images as you need with its features – all at the same time.
With Movavi Photo Batch the only thing you need to do is set the task that you want to perform and then let it apply it to all your photos. Because of its clean and simple user interface it won’t take you long to explore its features and when you do you’ll find that there are several types of tasks that you could have it carry out:
- Resize images to fit into a certain frame, scale up or down by a percentage of their original size, or to a specific set of dimensions.
- Convert images between any formats including PNG, JPEG, BMP, TIFF, and so on.
- Rename images to follow a certain schema so that they can be organized better.
- Rotate and flip images to adjust their orientation.
- Improve the quality of images by automatically adjusting the brightness, contrast and white balance.
Needless to say these features will be helpful in several different ways, regardless of whether you’re converting images to a more compression-friendly format to store them, or using it as a batch photo resizer to resize images for a website. The fact that you can add all the images to the software and let it handle them instead of having to go over them one by one will save you a significant amount of time.