Converseen, the Batch Image Converter, is a powerful open-source software for Linux, macOS and Windows that allows users to convert, resize, and compress multiple images in a single batch process. It supports a wide range of image formats, including JPEG, PNG, TIFF, and PDF, making it a versatile tool for various image processing tasks. Whether you need to convert a large number of images for a website or resize photos for social media, Converseen has got you covered.
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Although Converseen has been available as a Flatpak package for a few months now, it finally now has a series of updates that bring it up to par with the corresponding AppImage and Snap packages in terms of features. The main difficulties in updating the Flatpak package with all the additional ImageMagick libraries necessary for the additional formats to work are mainly due to the fact that each individual library must be compiled individually via source code.
Converseen, the cross-platform image converter, and resizer, has now been updated to version 0.9.10.0, by adding some improved WebP features, and now it's also possible to remove EXIF metadata after every conversion or change of format process.
I'm happy to announce Converseen 0.9.6.2 is now available into Danish language thank to Martin Elisoe who kindly helped me in growing this project with a brand new localization.
I'm glad to announce that Converseen 0.9.6 now supports ImageMagick 7, the newest branch of the open-souce image manipulation suite. Converseen is an open-source batch image processor for Linux and Windows, developed by me, that allows the user to apply automatically some operations on large groups of images. As instance, you can manage to resize, compress and change the format of a bunch of images before using them in your web pages.
During the last weeks I worked on the Qt5 porting of my open source project Converseen, a cross-platform batch conversion and image processor tool, thanks to the help of rezso, an user from GitHub who sent me some patches with a lot of useful changes that enabled the project to be compiled with Qt5.
A few days ago, Microsoft released Microsoft Visual Studio Code, a new development tool for Windows, Linux and Mac OS, mostly focused on web development (ASP.NET and Node.JS) even if, it has a base support for the most used languages as HTML, CSS, C# or TypeScript.
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.
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.
I'm glad to announce the second release and the second port of one of my software in Qt5 after the Ascii Design latest version. Random Wordlist Generator, the multiplatform program useful for generating random passwords to test your wireless security, can now be compiled with Qt5 from source.