How to use batch image converter on Mac

Allie Hawkins

How to convert multiple images on Mac

Picture files come in all sorts of formats such as JPEG and TIFF. Each has its own individual strengths, but it’s common to need to change the format of one or more images. For example, you might need to convert a sizable TIFF file into a smaller JPEG to email it to someone. Doing this manually -- even for a single file -- takes time, so we’re going to show you how to set up an automated process for converting one or more image files from one format to another.

There are a number of different way to do it. We offer you to try PhotoBulk - an easy-to-use bulk image editor for Mac. The input files can be in JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, and TIFF format. All you’ll need to do is drop the files’ icons onto an app window in your Mac and they’ll be converted to the format you’ve specified.

Here you can find some tips on how to use bulk image converter PhotoBulk:

  1. Download PhotoBulk here or in the Mac App Store and start it.
  2. Сhoose the pictures you want to edit and drag them to PhotoBulk window. There you will see how many files were added.
  3. PhotoBulk interface
  4. Apply one of the PhotoBulk features to your images:
    • Watermark;
    • Resize;
    • Optimize;
    • Batch Rename images.
  5. When you set up all preferred settings and ready to apply them, click START button.
  6. In the window that appears choose the path to save processed photos.
  7. PhotoBulk interface
  8. Choose one of the available formats and press Save button.

Note: Conversion to different formats is available after you used any feature of PhotoBulk.

See, it’s that easy, and, BTW, PhotoBulk will also help you resize multiple images at once, use image optimizer, add watermark and rename photos with ease.

PhotoBulk

Requirements: OS X 10.7+ , 16.39MB free space
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