Image Converter

Screenshots

On this page you can see some screenshots of the image converter. Shown is the program itself, the image-converter in action and an excerpt from the functionality and features.

The Main Program

In the first screenshot you can see the main program without any settings or loaded images. The program looks like that, when you open it for the first time and you do not have applied any custom settings.

Image Converter Screenshot Main Window

The window can be roughly divided into four parts: in the upper left, there is the input field, where images can be added, for example, by dragging them frome a folder to the list. Below you can see the preview pane. Here you can view the images displayed in the list and see how the settings change the original images. The settings are adjusted on the upper right in the so called "Action"-box. Here you can easily click on the actions (for example "Change Image Size"), which should be carried out. Beneath the actions, there is finally the last area. Here you can find all of the saving options. If everything is set, click on the button "Convert and Save" below the boxes in the right corner and all images are processed and stored.

The Image Converter

In the next screenshot you can see the image converter in action. In the top left you can see, that some images have been added to the input field. One of these pictures is selected and you can see it in the preview pane.

Image Converter Screenshot Actions

In the top right corner, there was selected only one function: The function to change the contrast, brightness and saturation. Regulators have been shifted slightly and the result has already been applied to the image, you can see in the preview window. Now you can check or uncheck the check mark under the preview box (alternatively use the F7 key) to swith between the converted and the original image. This makes it possible to see all of the changes.

Also the saving options have been adjusted: Now, the images should be saved as a new image. For that a new folder with the name "New" should be created in the folder of the source images. Furthermore, the filename and the fileformat should be changed, too. Below the preview box, you can compare the original filename with the new one.

Individual View and Text-Watermark

In this screenshot, you can see how to add an arbitrary text as a watermark to your images by using the function "Add Text". Of couse, you can also use Unicode characters in this text. In the example, a transparent background is choosen, the text is placed in the down right and a little transparency for the text is selected.

Image Converter Screenshot Text Watermark

In addition, this screenshot demonstrates the individual view. With the small X in the upper right of each of the areas, the area can be minimized. This enables you to work with the Image Converter also on small screens. As you can see, the closed windows appear in the lower left of the main window. When you click on one of these buttons, the appropriate areas will be reopened.

Actions

In the last screenshot you can see some of the actions (found in the main window on the upper right), which can be applied to the images. To apply the functions, you simply need to activate the check mark next to the action. After that the corresponding additional seetings will open.

Image Converter Screenshot Functions

In this screenshots you can see the setting-panels to change the image size, to draw a border around the image, to change the contrast, brightness and saturation, to crop images, to add a watermark or a picture to the original image, to rotate or mirror the picture and to change the color settings. See the section "Actions" on the page "Functions" to learn more about the exact function of this settings.

Note

You can enlarge the screenshots by clicking on the pictures. Then a pop up window opens with a high resolution image.

The screenshots have been created with the Clipboard Saver. With this tool you can automatically save screenshots in an arbitrary format and you can concurrently scale the images to your desired size.

The sample image with the rose in the second screenshot is from Oliver Behr (© Oliver Behr, Pixelio).