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Converseen – A Simple Graphical Batch Image Converter And Resizer

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Converseen is a free, cross-platform and opensource batch image processor written in C++ with Qt5 libraries. It allows us to convert, compress, resize, rotate and flip one or multiple images with a few mouse clicks! Converseen relies on ImageMagick for image processing. It supports 100s of image formats including popular formats such as DPX, EXR, GIF, JPEG, JPEG-2000, PDF, PhotoCD, PNG, Postscript, SVG, TIFF and more. Conversion is not just an image converter, it can also convert an entire PDF file into bunch of images.

Install Converseen

Converseen is available in the default repositories of most Linux distributions.

On Arch Linux and its variants, install Converseen using Pacman like below:

$ sudo pacman -S converseen

On Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint:

$ sudo apt install converseen

Make sure you have enabled [Universe] repository on Ubuntu and its derivatives before installing Converseen.

Universe can be enabled using command:

$ sudo add-apt-repository universe

On Fedora:

$ sudo dnf install converseen

On openSUSE:

$ sudo zypper install converseen

Usage

Once installed, launch Converseen from Dahs or Menu.

Here is how the default interface of the Converseen looks like:

Converseen default interface

As you can see, Converseen main interface is pretty simple and mostly self-explanatory.

Convert Images

Click on "Open Images" or "Add Images" on the tool bar and choose one or more images. Select your preferred output format from the "Conversion Formats" drop-down box and click Convert button in the tool bar. It's that simple!

Convert images using Converseen

By default, the converted images will be stored in your $HOME folder. However, you can change the output directory to save the converted images from the Actions panel on the left.

Compress Images

Add the images you want to compress, choose the output image format and click on Image settings button below the Conversion Formats drop-down box and finally choose the compression level.

Compress images using Converseen

Just adjust the slider back and forth to increase or decrease the compression level.


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Resize Images

Converseen allows you to resize the images as you wish. To do so, choose the image(s) you want to resize and set your desired image dimensions in the Dimensions tab from the Actions panel on the left. You can also change the image resolution as per your requirement.

Resize images using Converseen

Rotate And Flip images

Using Converseen, we can easily rotate images in 90, 180 degrees and flip images horizontally or vertically. To rotate or flip an image, go to Rotate and flip section in the Actions Panel.

Rotate And Flip images using Converseen

That's it. If you're looking for a simple, yet full-featured GUI image processor, Conversion is worth trying! For more details, refer Converseen project links given below.

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1 comment

RadioRoy April 15, 2020 - 11:19 pm

as good as it is- it don’t convert to pdf

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