Easily Convert JPG/JPEG, PDF, GIF, TIFF, and more

We often need to use some images with a certain program that does not recognize the file format employed or need to upload some pictures to our website and use the optimal image format (JPEG, GIF or PNG) or simply need to compress our digital photos to share them with friends. In all those cases we will need to convert the image file format.

We can convert our images one by one with our favorite graphic editor if it supports the desired image format, but it will take a lot of time to transform dozens of images by hand. Instead we could use a purposely built image converter software and let it handle all pics automatically, in just one session!

BatchPhoto is such a tool, capable of changing the image file format, compressing and even renaming, resizing and watermarking hundreds of pictures in one go. BatchPhoto knows more than 170 image formats, including RAW formats, and has 49 graphical filters you can apply to your shots in one operation. It works on both Windows® and Mac® OS X.

The program is designed to make your job easier by processing hundreds of images in one session, by saving settings for later use, and even by working directly from Windows® Explorer's right-mouse-click menu, without starting the application.

But you can try BatchPhoto fully-featured for free and see for yourself if it's what you need, just click on the "Try it Free" button below!

RAW Image Formats

The RAW formats are the new negatives, known as digital negatives, of DSLR digital cameras. As with the film negatives, professional photographers can post process to perfection the images shot in RAW. BatchPhoto can convert RAW images from almost all DSLR digital cameras (including: Canon, Sony, Nikon, Olympus, Fuji, Kodak, Pentax) to almost any image format.

Would you like to learn more about converting RAW image formats like: CR2, CRW, DNG, NEF, PEF, SR2, SRF?


JPEG Image Format

The most used file format for storing digital photos or images on the Internet is JPEG, also known as JPG. JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group JFIF image format and it uses a lossy image compression algorithm. As the name implies, a lossy compression algorithm is an algorithm that sacrifices image data for a smaller file size. However the resulting picture will often be undistinguishable from the original one by the human eye.

Would you like to learn more about converting JPG/JPEG images to other formats like PDF, GIF, BMP, EPS, PNG, TIFF and more? Take a look at the following articles:


TIFF Image Format

TIFF is the acronym for Tagged Image File Format and is a lossless file format, unlike JPEG. Being a lossless format which means all image data is kept no matter how many times the picture is saved, makes it useful for archiving images and is often used by image professionals. TIFF also supports multiple pages which means multi-page documents can be saved to a single TIF file.

Would you like to learn more about converting TIF/TIFF pictures to other image formats like JPG/JPEG, PDF, GIF, PNG, Bitmap and more? Take a look at the following articles:


PNG Image Format

PNG is the short-hand for Portable Network Graphics and unlike JPEG is a lossless file format. PNG is a well known Internet file format for storing unaltered and high-quality images which is often used in conjunction with GIF and JPEG in web pages like this one.

Would you like to learn more about converting PNG pictures to other image formats like JPG/JPEG, PDF, TIFF, GIF, PNG, PSD, JP2 and more? Take a look at the following articles:


BMP Image Format

BMP, also known as Bitmap is a image format created by Microsoft® for the Windows® platform. A BMP file format stores uncompressed image data which results in large file sizes for the bitmap images.

Would you like to learn more about converting BMP files to other image formats like JPG/JPEG, GIF, PDF, TIFF, PNG and more? Take a look at the following articles:

Note: BatchPhoto works on Windows® 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, and XP as well as Mac® OS X Yosemite (10.10), Mavericks (10.9), Mountain Lion (10.8), and Lion (10.7).