Total Image Converter converts images to other formats, crops, resizes and rotates them. Convert large TIFFs into small JPEGs, make photos suitable for the web or recover old photos in unsupported formats - Total Image Converter will do everything you need.
Supports TIFF, JPEG, RAW, PNG, BMP, PSD, TGA, and many other image formats;
Works incredibly fast with new multi-threading feature;
Converts CMYK to RGB;
Handy resize and crop options to make your photos smaller;
Watermarking: add your comment, logo or date. More unique options..
What we are really proud of is the simplicity of our tool. As Albert Einstein once said everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler. That's what we had in mind developing our batch image converter. Get your full copy now - it's $19.90 only! One-time payment. All upgrades are free.
Complete list of supported Image conversions JPEG to JPEGJPEG to TIFFJPEG to GIFJPEG to PNGJPEG to BMPJPEG to PSJPEG to PPTJPEG to PDFTIFF to JPEGTIFF to TIFFTIFF to GIFTIFF to PNGTIFF to BMPTIFF to PSTIFF to PPTTIFF to PDFPNG to JPEGPNG to TIFFPNG to GIFPNG to PNGPNG to BMPPNG to PSPNG to PPTPNG to PDFRAW to JPEGRAW to TIFFRAW to GIFRAW to PNGRAW to BMPRAW to PSRAW to PPTRAW to PDFTGA to JPEGTGA to TIFFTGA to GIFTGA to PNGTGA to BMPTGA to PSTGA to PPTTGA to PDFPSD to JPEGPSD to TIFFPSD to GIFPSD to PNGPSD to BMPPSD to PSPSD to PPTPSD to PDFPCX to JPEGPCX to TIFFPCX to GIFPCX to PNGPCX to BMPPCX to PSPCX to PPTPCX to PDFPCD to JPEGPCD to TIFFPCD to GIFPCD to PNGPCD to BMPPCD to PSPCD to PPTPCD to PDFEMF to JPEGEMF to TIFFEMF to GIFEMF to PNGEMF to BMPEMF to PSEMF to PPTEMF to PDFBMP to JPEGBMP to TIFFBMP to GIFBMP to PNGBMP to BMPBMP to PSBMP to PPTBMP to PDFWebP to JPEGWebP to TIFFWebP to GIFWebP to PNGWebP to BMPWebP to PSWebP to PPTWebP to PDFSR2 to JPEGSR2 to TIFFSR2 to GIFSR2 to PNGSR2 to BMPSR2 to PSSR2 to PPTSR2 to PDFArticlesThe best way to combine PNG images into 1 Multi-page PDF fileThe best way to combine JPEG images into 1 Multi-page PDF fileExport CMYK to RGB any number of files in one goTry batch image Converter with many handy optionsHow to crop an image with accurate results?Combine TIFF to PDF Via GUI or Command LineHow To Combine TIFF to PDF Video TourLicensesUpgradesResellersKey Features Of Full Registered VersionConvert files of all image formats:TIFF, JPEG, JPEG2000, RAW, PNG, BMP, ICO, PSD, TGA, PCX, PCD, GIF, WMF, PXM, NEF, PEF, RAF, NRWConvert images in batchesView images directly inside the programFriendy interface: work with lists of files or with their thumbnailsResize, Crop, Rotate and Frame your imagesConvert images to black and whiteApply watemarmarkCommand lineServer version with ActiveX Nikon Image Converter Pentax Image Converter Sony Image Converter Minolta Image Converter Kodak Image Converter Casio Image Converter Sigma Image Converter TGA Converter DCX Converter PCX Converter TIF Converter PDD Converter DIB Converter EMF Converter WMF Converter ICO Converter PSD Converter Convert RAW to JPEG Convert CR2 to JPEG Convert DNG to JPEG Convert CRW to JPEG Convert NEF to JPEG Convert RLE to JPEG Convert PCD to JPEG Convert TGA to JPEG Convert PCX to JPEG Convert DCX to JPEG Convert KDC to TIFF Convert MOS to TIFF Convert MOS to JPGPOPULAR
Total Image Converter is a special type of software that allows users to convert image files in any format to the format of their choice. The software has been created to be very easy to use, even for people who have never used a programme of this type before.
One of the great things about Total Image Converter is that it features a clean and intuitive interface and all types of files can be converted quickly and easily. These include Raw files, Jpegs, PSD, TGA and a whole host of other types of image formats. This means that images that have been stored in formats that are either old or currently unsupported can be converted so that they can be uploaded to the internet to adorn blog posts and websites. Another plus is that several different image files can be converted at the same time, saving users a lot of time and trouble in the long run.
In terms of performance and ease of use, Total Image Converter delivers exactly what it promises and most people are likely to discover that this is a good tool for their image conversion needs. However, it should be noted that people who wish to use Total Image Converter will need to make an initial purchase and anyone who is watching their budget may prefer to search for a free image conversion solution.
It can convert images (JPG, GIF, BMP, TIF, RAW, WMF, PCX, PNG, PPM, TGA, and 25 more). It is all-in-one solution for those who do not want to waste time and effort searching for 10 different converters to deal with different formats. Plus it can transform images: crop, rotate, resize them and it can apply your comments or logo to images.
Total Image Converter has built-in viewer. You may easily view your images inside the program before or after the conversion. You can either work with detailed list of files (name, size, type, modify, attributes) or with their thumbnails.
Even if you never dealt with image converters before you will master the program in seconds. The program will itself ask you all the questions about the conversion settings and in case you are at a loss it will advise you the best setting for each conversion.
The pro version comes with a Report Button that I've seen before with CoolUtils, other software. The reports make it handy to summarize what work I have converted and will specify other file details. This is handy if converting images in batch.
In the main windows, I'm ready to convert PNG to JPEG, but the screen doesn't accept CTRL-A to select all 8 PNG files, nor does it allow SHIFT click to keep the images I wanted to be grouped and ready to convert. So I click each image manually using the GUI checkbox. The files are already in Large icon format, so it makes it easy to see the pictures I'm about to convert. One second opening, CTRL-A does work. Awesome. It has a few batch features, like Delete originals, if I want to, or Move to a folder. I select the Auto Rename feature to make new files. I am converting 12 files. It's actually taking quite a while, more than 20 seconds, and I'm rotating CCW and resizing. The new files are named with (1) after them. This seems cool like Windows would do. Halfway through this comes a pop-up to register. It's still converting, and actually, I thought I selected to convert to JPEG, but it's making PNG, and the rotation isn't working. I chose to optimize them, and then within Optimize, and I thought I selected rotate, resize, and JPEG. Maybe I chose the \"Guetzli works great for photos. But it is slow - about 1 min per photo.\"
A second pop-up comes up asking me yo continue testing or register. I canceled after 9 conversions of 12. The conversions allow me to see a Log, .log file type report, of what occurred. 9 converted 1 warning. This is cool. There's no Deselect ALL is a little annoying. Something must have been incorrect the first time. My second time, I converted 3 PNG to JPEG, rotated them and resized them. And it happened in about 2 seconds, without any pop-up asking to register. It says something about \"Watermarks,\" but I don't see it in the GUI. What's odd is the software has stopped appearing, and it's not opening or showing up in Task Manager. I want to try a PDF converter.
A large number of image file formats are available for storing graphical data, and, consequently, there are a number of issues associated with converting from one image format to another, most notably loss of image detail.
Many image formats are native to one specific graphics application and are not offered as an export option in other software, due to proprietary considerations. An example of this is Adobe Photoshop's native PSD-format(Prevention of Significant Deterioration), which cannot be opened in less sophisticated programs for image viewing or editing, such as Microsoft Paint.Most image editing software is capable of importing and exporting in a variety of formats though, and a number of dedicated image converters exist.
Besides uncompressed formats and lossless compression formats that can usually be interconverted without any loss of detail, there are compressed formats such as JPEG, which lose detail on nearly every compress. While a conversion from a compressed to an uncompressed format is in general without loss, this is not true the other way around. Even a compressed-uncompressed-compressed round trip without any image manipulation may incur some loss of detail.
Like any resampling operation, changing image size and bit depth are lossy in all cases of downsampling, such as 30-bit to 24-bit or 24-bit to 8-bit palette-based images. While increasing bit depth is usually lossless, increasing image size can introduce aliasing or other undesired artifacts.
More expensive digital cameras usually offer the option to shoot in Raw image format. RAW is not a standardized format, in fact, RAW-formats even differ between camera models from the same vendor[citatio