Converseen is a small utility that helps the user to convert images. There are versions for Windows, Linux and FreeBSD. There is the ability to convert a single image, and mass (batch) processing. In just a few clicks you will be able to process multiple image files. Written in C++.
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The program supports more than 100 image formats, among which are the most popular formats: JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, SVG, and JPEG 2000, DPX, PhotoCD, EXR, Postscript, TIFF, etc. Also has PDF support.
Converseen gives you the ability to scale the image, change the resolution, compression ratio, which affects the quality, as well as rotate or display horizontally or vertically.
The program's interface is very convenient and at the same time not overloaded. Has support for 12 languages, which include English, German, French, Polish, Spanish, Japanese, Russian and others.
Installation into Linux Mint 17/17.1/17.2:
sudo apt-get install converseen
If you have the desire to use the latest version of the utility, then run the following commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/apps sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install converseen
In addition to Linux Mint, you can install the app in such Linux distributions: Ubuntu, Fedora, OpenSUSE, Arch Linux and Chakra and Mageia.
Converseen very quickly and efficiently do the task, so I advise everyone to try this little, but efficient program.