Eltima Software has upgraded PhotoBulk, bulk image editor app for Mac. PhotoBulk 2 makes it effortless to batch edit and watermark photos. Here’s a closer look at what the app can do.
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If you spend a lot of time working on images, then you know how important it is to have a tool that lets you batch edit your stuff. Eltima Software has overhauled its batch editing tool PhotoBulk bringing a refreshing new interface and a ton of improved features to make your job easy.
If you own rich image editors like Photoshop or Pixelmator, you know that they are not the most convenient tools for doing batch edits. Plus, they are quite pricey. PhotoBulk has a super simple interface that makes batch processing a breeze and its not as expensive as the aforementioned apps as well.
Batch Edit and Watermark Photos on Mac with PhotoBulk
PhotoBulk has a simple two-column interface. The left pane displays the Settings you’d like to apply to your photos. That includes watermarks, resize and optimize options, and export settings. When you select an option you have more detailed controls for tweaking.
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For example, if you select Watermark, you have options to select the text font, opacity, color and so on. On the right side of the screen you can see the preview of the image you edit. You can edit the images on the preview screen itself and see the changes in real time. At the bottom of the screen is a filmstrip that displays all of your photos in the batch.
PhotoBulk lets you add text, image, date, and script based watermarks. That’s as easy as dragging an image or more onto the app, adjusting the size and proportion and placing it in any desired location. Plus, you can add as many watermarks to an image as you want.
You can change the width and height of all the images proportionally, by percentage, by max size or you can enter your own custom dimensions. The app will maintain the aspect ratio according to new dimensions you choose for the images.
PhotoBulk also reduces image sizes in bulk without compromising on quality. So with just a single click, you can compress multiple PNG or JPEG files. PhotoBulk also supports HEIC files in macOS High Sierra. You can save all your processed images in a location of your choosing. You can also save your bulk edit settings for reuse again later.
If you are struggling to bulk watermark your images, resize, optimize, rename or convert them then you ought to get yourself PhotoBulk 2. It is available for $9.99 in the Mac App Store and requires macOS 10.10 or later. If you already purchased the previous version of the app, you can upgrade it at 50% less.
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