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AVS Image Converter

Working with AVS Image Converter

The main function of AVS Image Converter is to convert multiple graphics files from one format to another. To do it you just need to go through a few easy steps.

  • Step 1. Load the image files you wish to convert by clicking the Add button of the Toolbar or use the additional options to download photos from your Facebook, Flickr, or Google+ accounts.
    Note!Note: you can check the list of image files supported by AVS Image Converter here.
  • Step 2. Select a format for the resulting files on the Conversion tab and adjust its settings, if available.

  • Step 3. Resize your images using one of the available presets. Click here to learn more on how to do that.

Working with AVS Image Converter: Step 1-3

  • Step 4. Switch to the Corrections tab if you need to make some adjustments to the tonal range of your images or want to apply an effect like giving your pictures an old look.

Working with AVS Image Converter: Step 4

  • Step 5. Switch to the Watermark tab to add a visible text or image watermark.

Working with AVS Image Converter: Step 5

  • Step 6. Rename your images switching to the Conversion tab and select the destination folder.

    Note!Note: if you want to preserve the original modification date while converting check the Save file modification date box in the Working Area.
  • Step 7. Press the Convert Now! button and wait till AVS Image Converter creates new files for you.

Working with AVS Image Converter: Step 6-7

Note!Note: In case the destination folder already contains the file with the specified name the following window will be opened:

Notification window

Please note that AVS4YOU programs do not allow you to copy protected material. You may use this software in copying material in which you own the copyright or have obtained permission to copy from the copyright owner.

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