"'Peter Shute'" <>, "'David Billinghurst'" <>
"Roger Giller" <>
Tue, 25 Jun 2013 16:59:45 +1000
I second Peter's recommendation - Irfanview is great for batch conversions.
From: Peter Shute
Sent: Monday, 24 June 2013 9:56 PM
To: David Billinghurst
Subject: Image Software
On 24/06/2013, at 9:19 PM, "David Billinghurst"
> On 24/06/2013 7:21 PM, Frank O'Connor wrote:
>> I maintain the digital image library for BirdLife Western Australia.
>> I need some software to do the following :
>> 1. Convert TIFF and PNG files to JPG.
>> 2. Save a file at a smaller size. e.g. 12MB down to say 4MB.
>> 3. Crop a file.
>> What is the best shareware available on the web?
> IrfanView and Paint.net are good, free PC applications that can do the
> above (and more).
I recommend Irfanview for that kind of thing too. It's also very good at
batch operations, e.g. resizing lots of images.
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