Total Image Converter is a batch conversion utility that combines its main functionality with a wide selection of editing and enhancing tools. It supports nearly all known image file formats, and it even allows you to transform your photographs into RAW images. You can crop, add watermarks, rotate, resize, and frame your best shots in just a few clicks.
Except for the “Convert images to RAW” option, which requires you to know something about this file format, Total Image Converter seems be designed for the average user. However, this “average user” can perfectly be a professional photographer or an amateur one – both will find this batch converter a useful and intuitive tool.
The selected image files will be shown as thumbnails in the main panel of the program’s interface. You can then pick up one of these photographs and see some EXIF information about it together with a larger view in the program’s built-in viewer. This viewer will allow you to perform a quick rotation of the selected image in a preview mode, but the real rotation feature will provide you with a much larger functionality. It can get the true orientation of the picture from the corresponding EXIF tag (if available) and offers you the possibility of flipping, rotating, and mirroring your images in any possible combination.
The same versatility applies to the program’s watermark functionality. Here you can choose to add a logo, a text, or both, and define its position, the space around it, the font, color, size, etc. You can add resizing parameters to the main conversion process and thus kill two birds with one stone. Image cropping and resizing require less labor on your side, though both features are equally efficient.
Despite all these other useful features, image conversion is still the program’s main asset. It batch-converts any number of image files regardless of their source format and their size, and it does it in a fast and efficient way. The program’s conversion interface has been clearly designed thinking of its main functionality and of how to make the most of it in a flexible, simple, and intuitive way. As far as I’m concerned, Softplicity has clearly succeeded.