Archive for September 27th, 2014

by Tom Nelson

Photo Batcher from OSXBytes has to be one of the handiest photo batch processing apps I’ve come across; it’s also one of the easiest to use. With its wide range of image editing and conversion processes, Photo Batcher can process a large quantity of photos in a short amount of time.


Image courtesy of OSXBytes

Photo Batcher uses a simple drag-and-drop method for adding images to the pool of photos that will be batch processed. Once you have the images loaded into Photo Batcher, you can either create image settings to apply to all of the photos, or use a preset that you previously saved.

Creating image settings is as simple as picking and choosing from a list of capabilities the app supports. I’ve been using Photo Batcher to scale images to fit a predefined image width, while maintaining the correct aspect ratio. You can also crop images, as well as change the DPI.

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