XnConvert is a batch image-converter and resizer with a powerful and ease of use experience. All common picture and graphics formats are supported (i.e. JPG, PNG, TIFF, GIF, Camera RAW, JPEG2000, WebP, OpenEXR) as well as supporting over 500 other image formats. Also available within the batch operations include rotating, adding of watermarks, adding of text along with many image-adjustment features such as brightness, shadows and more.
Among the features included are:
• Batch adding of files and folders
• Support for drag-n-drop of files
• Batch rotating, cropping, resizing and more
• Adding of photo masks
• Preserving or removing image metadata in conversions
• Multipage image file support (i.e animated GIF, APNG, TIFF)
• Command line integration via NConvert
• Filters - such as 'Blur', 'Gaussian Blur', 'Emboss', "Sharpen' and much more
• Effects - such as 'Old photo'
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Disk Access Problem Under Catalina
Program works well and is great for batch processing, but with a catch if you are running Catalina. The app hasn't been updated, so it doesn't know to ask for permission for writing to the disk. This means all the conversion fails with a 'not to useful' error of "create error". The work around is to manually grant it full disk access in SystemPrefs/Security&Privacy -> Full Disk Acces (Left pane). (Unlock panel before making change) by clicking on and selecting the app from the Application folder.
Very Powerful and Free!
There are so many options available in this utility, and the best part is that it’s all free!
The workflow provided for converting and editing files in batches is incredibly powerful. I’d argue that the only way you’re going to get more options than this is to do it from the command line, and even then this program just makes it so much faster and easier to do.
I would have paid for this program if it wasn’t free, that’s how good it is.
Excellent batch crop
After trying out several trials for paid apps, it was nice to see that the best performance was by this free app. It was the only one I found that could do a specific crop for multiple images.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.