Factory Image Converter is capable of converting among different image formats
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Nowadays, there are different image formats, each with its advantages and drawbacks. As a result, an image converter is the kind of utility that must present on any computer.
Factory Image Converter is capable of converting among different image formats. Its interface is so intuitive that it is highly improbable you need any help to perform a conversion. In this respect, the different steps have been properly numbered and described. As the first step, you will need to select the folder where the desired files are contained. This is easily done from a tree-like folder structure panel. Just after doing this, a panel on the right will show thumbnails of the images there. Also, if you prefer it that way, you will be able to change it to list view. Then, the second step will be to select those files to convert. If necessary, you will be able to select multiple files. As the third step, you will need to select the target format. Just by pushing on the name of the format, a wizard will appear. During this second stage of the process, you will be prompted to choose a destination folder. Other parameters will depend on the image format selected. In this respect, you will also be able to apply transformation actions, such as cropping, rotating, resizing, adjusting color, setting quality and adding transparency.
The advantages of Factory Image Converter are absolutely related to its ease of use and its capacity to deal with a very wide range of formats. As an additional asset, it is also capable of accepting instructions from the command line, with the possibility of being called from other applications or from batch files.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary


  • It is easy to use.
  • It accepts instructions from the command line.
  • It supports multiple image formats.
  • It performs batch conversions.


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