ImgTransformer is an image editing tool that integrates all editing features into windows shell to let you make changes to image files right from right-click context menu. You can easily resize, change the format of, make some basic color adjustments of selected image, and you can make them in batch if you want to.
Images can be sharpened, blurred, watermarked, overlaid with text, or converted to grayscale, sepia and negative. In addition to resize, rotate, flip, and color enhancement, you can also crop or change the canvas size, and the resolution of the image. The results of the changing can be saved to 18 different file output formats, including the popular PDF format.
I particularly like the batch mode that is going to make my resizing and watermarking work a lot easier. Don’t be surprised seeing the screenshot images all being watermarked from now on.
Installation process is very straightforward, just to be careful not to install the optional Babylon search add-on that comes with the tool, and be sure the Windows Shell integration option is checked.
ImgTransformer is free for personal or educational use but do cost $19US if you want to use for business.
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Last updated: 08/04/2014