Quick ePics 3.3.9.1

Software, Graphic & Design. May 6, 2010 by Dizel.
Quick ePics 3.3.9.1

Quick ePics 3.3.9.1 | 7.53 MB

Quick ePics is an easy to use tool for preparing and optimizing your images. It can be used to process single images or multiple images in a batch, all at once or one at a time. The image, as well as the displayed file size, size savings, and download time are immediately and dynamically updated as the compression level is changed or other aspect of the file are edited (color levels, size, brightness etc.). Additional features include send email, copy or drag to other programs (e.g FTP client), thumbnail options, batch renaming with support for prefix/suffix, cropping and more. Quick ePics Batch can also create backups of your batch images, so you can be sure that you always have a copy of your original images. The program can just as well be used as an image editor for single images.

Features:

Extremely Easy to use. (Edit a hundred image as easily as one, and visa versa.)
Edit images singly or in batch. (Maximum batch size is 32,768 images.)
Send emails containing one or all images, directly from Quick ePics. (*)
Two batch modes -- Automatic and Manual (WYSIWYG).
In automatic mode, 200 to 300 images can be processed in less than a minute. (Results based on a 200 MHz Pentium with 64MB RAM.)
In manual mode, throughput exceeds standard single image editors by up to 90%.
True "What You See Is What You Get" (WYSIWYG) batch image editing:
Slider bar image optimizer, to quickly select the optimal photo compression level. (This is True WYSIWYG jpeg image optimization.) (A side by side image compressor is also included.)
Slider bar Brightness, Contrast, and Color corrections.
Drag handles for image cropping and image resizing.
Peek button, for in place comparison of before and after images.
Loss-less batch image mirroring and batch image rotation.
Auto cropping.
User customizable cropping and resizing presets.
Creates fast downloading optimized JPEG images. (Up to 98% faster)
Automatic and Manual image file Renaming. (Give your digital camera images meaningful filenames!)
Default settings can be specified and applied to all images in a batch.
Thumbnails - Create companion thumbnails for all or selected images.
The "Open File Dialog" has an image preview.
User definable file-open and file-save, shortcut buttons.
Supports common image formats, including JPG, GIF, BMP, DIB, RLE, TIF, PNG, PCX, PIC, EPIC, TGA, WPG, PPM, and LJP.
Select images and open batches from Windows Explorer.
Send JPEG images in emails, directly from Quick ePics. No more fiddling with your email editor's "Insert" picture commands. (Emails with optimized images take less time to deliver and download, and are less likely to be blocked by network mail servers.)
Drag or copy JPEG files for Auto FTP Upload.
Exchange Images and Files with other applications using Copy-N-Paste and Drag-N-Drop. (Files and Images can be exchanged with FTP programs, email programs, web-browsers, word processors, other image editors, as well as, Windows Explorer and Windows Search Assistant.)
Open batches from your own applications, using the Quick ePics command line.
Copy output filenames into HTML files.
Create separate default batch sets for different projects.
Prints images individually or in batch
Comprehensive online help.
Separate user data files can be maintained on shared multi-user systems

Home Page - http://www.missionpeaksoftware.com/

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