Seattle, Washington (PressExposure) August 02, 2011 -- ReaSoft Development, a well-known software development company, has announced the release of ReaConverter 6. This advanced image converter facilitates such tasks as image conversion and editing, allowing the user to process multiple images without spending much time on it. The solution supports more than 400 source formats including raw, archaic and rare ones.
ReaConverter was developed as a great time saver: it does not take much time to process an image or two, but if you have to deal with hundreds of images every day, it may take hours. Batch conversion and processing will make it quicker and easier! The clear interface of ReaConverter guarantees that even novice users will have no difficulties - it is extremely easy to browse folders and to make a list of files to be processed. But the functionality of ReaConverter will satisfy even the most demanding professionals.
First of all, ReaConverter 6 can work with an astounding number of source formats. Besides common image formats, it supports PostScript based files (PDF, EPS, PS, AI), metafiles such as EMF or WMF, raw images, vector files, archaic and rare image formats. As for output formats, there are more than 60 common and advanced ones.
Moreover, ReaConverter allows editing images either one by one or in batches. The user can compose an action set consisting of several actions (crop, rotate, resize, sharpen, blur, change resolution, etc.) and apply it to a file or a batch of files. Frequently used action sets can be saved and re-used whenever necessary.
ReaConverter 6 is available in three editions: Lite, Standard and Pro. The Lite edition is meant for home users: it features basic editing actions and batch conversion of most common image formats such as JPEG, TIFF, BMP, GIF and PNG. The Standard edition, apart from a wide range of formats, features more sophisticated tools (Automatic rotate, Automatic crop, JPEG repair, Text and Image Watermarks, Red Eye Remover wizard, RGB Curves wizard, etc.) and artistic effects for more experienced users.
As for the Pro edition, it is highly efficient and meant for professionals. This edition features a scheduler, which performs oft-recurring operations on its own, thus automating monotonous work. The user can specify what actions to perform, what images to process, the date and time to start processing, etc. Isn't it a great feature for those who need to edit and convert thousands of images? This edition also supports three processing modes, and the user can choose which is more convenient for him or her: default mode, console mode or right-click processing.
As for other useful features, ReaConverter is compatible with third-party Photoshop plug-ins and effects, so that the user can significantly expand the range of available tools and actions. The detailed comparison of ReaConverter editions is available at http://www.reaconverter.com/