Image Converter Command Line grants fully-featured image conversion to users seeking a graphics kernel to include in their web-server stack. With batch-processing of entire directories, Image Converter Command Line offers unbeatable reliability to those who need a quick and efficient image conversion.
Are you having trouble ensuring that your electronic faxes, email attachments, and scanned documents are formatted correctly for the web? With Image Converter Command Line, these problems can be solved in only moments, all from the simple command line interface.
Image Converter Command Line makes it easy to access email- and database-stored documents and convert TIFF files to text, making it ideal for situations in which require translation between file formats. From the command line, Image Converter Command Line allows users to work without the overhead of other image conversion processes, and even has the ability to work from the background. By specifying a directory for the source and destination of a series of images, it is even possible to convert entire folders full of images in a single command.
Image Converter Command Line also has powerful image editing features. With our software, it is possible to resize images, crop margins of blank space, color-correct and rotate images, and even combine many images into a a multipage TIFF file. Even better, all of these features work with batch processing to ensure that your images maintain a consistent look and feel.
Image Converter Command Line gives you the ability to write scripts for complex operations that can be applied to files every time you receive a new group of images. A few such scripts are even included with your purchase to showcase the power and flexibility of the program! Because it is called from the command line, Image Converter Command Line can even be launched from programs written in Visual Basic, ASP, Visual C++, Delphi, or any other web-enabled language.
If you want to convert single-page files, set apply to multipage files only value to "no" and make sure that the first page exists in the source image.
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