Today I'm releasing Converseen 0.9.0, the multiplatform batch image processor tool. This new version brings new stability updates and code improvements. For Windows users there are some news.
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The 0.8.5 version of Converseen, the automatic batch image processor for Windows and Linux has been released. This version brings some bug fixes and lets the user to disable the automatic checking for updates.
This new release of Converseen brings important improvements on picture previews. In fact, a long date problem due to Magick++ API and Qt4 has been finally solved. Since the first version of the program, Converseen hasn't been able to show correcly previews for some formats managed directly by Magick++ API (e.g psd, xcf) showing them with glitches, artifacts and wrong colors.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bY2kllfIN2o&w=680] As you may know, Converseen is finally landed on the official Ubuntu repositories. From now on, external PPAs are not required anymore and you can easily install Converseen on Ubuntu 14.04 (and derivates) simply using the Ubuntu Software Center (or the relative package manager) or through the terminal giving these commands:
Many times, people asked me more about the possibility to convert pdf files to images using Converseen. As you surely know, Converseen is able to read files in pdf format just because it's a format that ImageMagick can manage. It may be a coincidence but a lot of people seems to find very useful the possibility to convert an entire pdf to a bunch of images, but the program wasn't designed to be a pdf converter.