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iBatch V1.2 announced + new FAQ section on iBatch HomepagePosted by gerograph at 20110309 17:09
iBatch V1.2 is coming soon !

This Image batch processing tool will mainly feature Exif support and a workflowmanager in its new version. Exif support enables you to gain over 200% speed by using jpg embedded thumbnails (part of Exif header) instead of creating them from scratch.
Workflowmanager Plugin will help you to execute up to five plugins one after another. A detailed feature list will be published soon.

In addition to that, FAQ section on iBatch's homepage has been added:

iBatch website

So, watch out for some more news over the next couple of weeks...


About iBatch:
iBatch (Image Batcher) allows users to easily convert/rename/renumber/resize/rotate a bunch of pictures at once. The pictures to be processed can be collected in a "Batchlist". In order to organize your batchlist ibatch provides a "Viewer" and "Batchlist browser" tool.

A fast workflow is guaranteed even on slow systems. This is accomplished by using preprocessed thumbnails/preview images for the "Viewer" or "Batchlist browser" tool. All thumbnails will be kept in sync with their corresponding source directory. Before you start the "Viewer" tool, iBatch will therefore check for existent thumbnails and add missing thumbnails from the given sourcedir automatically.

The whole program can be perfectly used for organizing/resizing digicam pics. Furthermore it becomes handy, when you have to convert whole image directories at once.
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