AnyPic Image Converter License file 1.2.8

Developer: AnyPic Soft
Specifications: Version 1.2.8 has fixed bugs.
Requirements: None
Limitation: Watermark on output images
Operation system: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
Price: $29.9
License: Free to try
Version: v1.2.8
Downloads: 8153
Rating: 4.1 / Views: 4467

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Guys, please do try to stay within the framework, here. The settings I used to try it out were the three different compression levels, and page sizes A3, A4 & A5. Please enter your E-mail address in the box below to subscribe our newsletters for new product releases, major updates and special offers. Installation adds an uninstall key, plus one for the app, while the “AnyPic JPG to PDF Converter” program folder holds 11 files, 2 folders, ~8 MB — a 2nd folder of the same name under User App/Application Data holds a “config.Ini” file.

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It may become useful when you want to test some software but you do not want to pay bore you made a de… Now you are helping others, just by visiting wikiHow. Using win 7 64 bit install okay but drag and drop not working Excellent and straight forward software. Thanks When testing it on a folder containing 87 pictures, totaling 228 MB, it failed.

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I am very happy!” – Andrew MacArthur Convert images to other formats, resize, rotate, crop, add watermark, apply effects and add border to thousands of images at a time PearlMountain JPG to PDF Converter can directly used for batch convert a large number of image formats such as JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP, TIFF and so on, into PDF file. Win7X32: Clean install without issues, all functions work as listed, EASY to use, not loaded with a lot of options; but very useful for quick edits and conversions. Follow the link to free stuff times where you’ll find a link that auto loads the purchase page. How often does that happen – a program that actually does what it claims it will do without bells, whistles and other bloat-features.

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Thanks for the chance and thanks for very nice contest! As my images are jpg, it is understandable that the compression setting will have no effect, but surely the page size should have made a difference.

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The UI is a simple to use visually based system that makes the job simple. Well I’m very happy, who wants do drag out Photoshop to do a simple coversion, crop etc, I would not pay 30 dollars but I like it Thanks!

If you want to very easily compare it to IrfanView, portableapps.Com has a version that setup unpacks wherever you like — no installation needed, delete the folder to remove, & if you like it optionally download/install the regular version, bearing in mind both have pros/cons, batch processing is only part of what IrfanView can do, & there’s no reason not to have both. The actual developer of the program is AnyPic Soft.

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Update on the number of licenses for the giveaway (and related info) will be visible in the comment section below soon. But this program seems to be designed to keep the quality of the images. I resize and add a watermark to my pictures one at a time. I can’t understand why anybody would compare this software with Photoshop.

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Sure, it’s going up against more fully-featured freeware, but people like AnyPic products because of the clean and simple UI and ease-of-use. The program comes with an image editor that will let you add watermark to your pictures. This batch image format converter supports 60+ image formats, including the most popular ones: JPEG, BMP, TIFF, PNG, PSD, GIF, TGA, ICO, PDF, RAW and many others. Just how often do you batch-process mixed types, and how many types?