QArchive.ORG Main Page
Home | Blog | Terms of service | Sign in
All Vista Win Linux Mac
Convert Images Free Downloads

A batch-processing images to PDF converter 5DFly Images to PDF Converter 2.0 5DFly Images to PDF converter is a batch-processing converter to convert images into PDF. Key features includes: Convert multiple images into one PDF file or convert each photo into individual PDF files in batch. Supports image types including jpg, jpeg, bmp, png, gif, tif and tga. Supports flexible customized output setting. Save and load batch image list. Support text batch watermark.

This is bit-byte calculator. Embeddedsoft BitByte 1.2 This is bit-byte calculator. Embeddedsoft BitByte converter is a useful tool for IT engineers or network administrators. In addition you can send your calculation results via email. 

- Convert bits 
- Convert bytes 
- Convert kilobits 
- Convert kilobytes - Convert megabits - Convert megabytes - Convert gigabits - Convert gigabytes - Convert terabits - Convert terabytes

Convert and Resize BMP, JPG, GIF, TIFF and PNG Image Converter and Resizer 2.0 With this program you can quickly convert and resize thousands of images at the same time (batch processing). Image Converter and Resizer supports over 20 image formats, including: bmp, jpeg, gif, tiff and png. When working with multiple images you can still customize images individually. You can resize images by specifying the width and height manually, or you can choose from a list of predefined sizes for: thumbnails, photos, etc.

It worked very perfect for me I resized and changed the file type for a screen shot on microsoft flight simulator fs2004 (fs9)and it worked exactly like i wanted .a small suggestion is to change interface ,like make it modern , i know you do that because you want it to be more practical and effective ,but it has to match new operating systems vista win 7 even xpand it looks like w98 or win200 type , ust a suggestion thank you very mutch anyways its pefect, and i only used it for 2 pics that were very important !bye bye

This is a good piece of software I have got my hands on. The output images are exactly the quality I wanted and I can also change the format (from jpg to png or something like this) and the resolution without losing too much quality.

Sorry its not quick. You are not informed the photo is only available at an offsite location. That is more steps than necessary. If I want to downsize a photo, do it here on my CPU where only I have access to it.

I thought that the Image resizer worked very well and fast, the only problem is that the photos are degraded (not horribly) when resized. Thanks a lot for the trial.

Audio & Multimedia
Games & Entertainment
Graphic Apps
Home & Hobby
Network & Internet
Security & Privacy
System Utilities
Web Development