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Batch Image-converter and Resizer - XnConvert

XnConvert is a cross-platform batch image-converter and re-sizer 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.

XnConvert is free for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Both 32-bit and 64-bit editions are available.

XnConvert features
 * Batch adding of files and folders
 * Support for drag and 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 camera' and much more
XnConvert Installation:
Download XnConvert for both deb or rpm based Linux distribution
DEB file - 32bit | 64bit
RMP file - 32bit | 64bit

After downloading the .deb file, double-click on this .deb file to launch the 'GDebi' package installer, if there are any other dependency required will automatically get installed.

Once XnConvert is installed, you’ll find it (in Linux) in the Applications menu, under Graphics.

You can add individual files by selecting them in the file picker, or choose an entire folder full of images.  Once the images are loaded, you’ll see a thumbnail for each.


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