I'd say it's a perfect choice for situations like "OMG, I just
came from this kids birthday party with, like 200 images in RAW
format and now I need to get them real small in jpg and they need to
be sharpened out and saturation needs to be a bit increased and it
just has to be done in no time." If it sounds familiar then BatchPhoto
is for you.
With a very simple wizard driven interface, BatchPhoto offers far more
than the usual batch processing operations, including an impressive range
of filters and effects you can add to your shots [...] If you are taking
your digital photography seriously, you will appreciate the time saved
and the power of BatchPhoto.
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Many of my projects include still pictures that are submitted from different
sources. I get them in various sizes and names and find that batch converting
them using BatchPhoto saves me many hours on each project.