BinaryMark Batch Image Resizer

Edit your photos in batch mode with this comprehensive application that offers an extensive array of functions to help you adjust multiple image parameters.

  • BinaryMark Batch Image Resizer
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  • License :Trial
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :BinaryMark

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BinaryMark Batch Image Resizer Description

You might often find yourself in need of a way to perform multiple editing operations on a large amount of images. One application that can help you do this is BinaryMark Batch Image Resizer.

You can use this comprehensive tool to batch rename, resize, crop or resample images, as well as add watermarks and various visual effects.

It should be noted that if you choose to install the application rather than run it in portable mode, it might include some third-party offers.

Edit your images in batch mode

You can use this application to perform numerous editing actions on multiple files at once. All you need to do is load a list of the images you want to edit and create an action sequence to be performed. You can even input conditions, so that only files that meet these criteria are edited.

There is a wide array of editing functions available, from simple resize, crop or rotate operations, to adding watermarks, removing distortions and adjusting levels. You can also apply artistic effects, to make your photos truly unique.

Monitor folders to perform actions automatically

You can have BinaryMark Batch Image Resizer perform editing actions automatically, by setting up a monitor. It scans a certain path periodically and triggers an action sequence when certain specified conditions are met.

You can add as many monitors as you wish and save them for future use. Once the scanning action has started, it can be paused at any time so that you can modify the processing criteria and action sequence.

Create jobs that are performed on a preset schedule

The program allows you to create processing jobs that are executed on a specific schedule or particular trigger. These can be performed on a preset date, on system startup or on a system event.

By using the Windows Task Scheduler Service, the application does not even need to be running for a processing job to be activated, as it is automatically started.

Overall, BinaryMark Batch Image Resizer is a complex tool that enables you to perform batch editing actions on image files manually, automatically or on a specific schedule. The user interface can take a bit of getting used to, which is probably a consequence of the sheer number available functions.

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