ImageConvert
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ImageConvert is an application for converting image file formats of one or more files, i.e. it works in batch mode. Choose the output file format in Preferences.

Converted images have the same name as the original, with the appropriate file extension. If a file by the same name does exist in the destination then the file name will be appended with a unique string.

After you drop your image files or folder of image files on the main window or the app icon in the Finder or Dock you will be prompted for the destination of the output, unless you have specified a
What's New
Version 1.1.4:
  • Fixed a bug that could cause the app to not process any images dropped onto it.
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6.6 or later



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BEIGE commented on 19 Apr 2008
you can get the exact same functionality by using On My Command and this script:

sips -s format __DLG_INPUT_TEXT__ __OBJ_PATH__/* --out __OBJ_PATH__
[Version 1.0.4]

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burypromote
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Limit Point Software (developer) replied on 24 Jun 2008
Although it may be true that the same functionality is provided by the method you noted (which I have not verified, and often user feedback like yours is a bit misleading) please note that ImgCvrt is part of a bundle of software. Please visit my utilities page for all the details:

http://www.limit-point.com/Utilities.html

Ciao
Joe
burypromote
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Offline replied on 16 Mar 2010
I have OMC and, while it's generally interesting, the amount of Commands is overwhelming and requires a knowledge of coding I simply don't have.

Limit-Point's utilities, however they are internally constructed - or named - function reliably and require nothing more from me than an understanding of their functionality and a donation to the author.

This is not a criticism against OMC, which I find amusing and functional (sometimes), even if I can't use it to it's best capabilities.

I don't think your comparison is valid.
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Downloads:8,202
Version Downloads:499
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Free
Date:29 Mar 2014
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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ImageConvert is an application for converting image file formats of one or more files, i.e. it works in batch mode. Choose the output file format in Preferences.

Converted images have the same name as the original, with the appropriate file extension. If a file by the same name does exist in the destination then the file name will be appended with a unique string.

After you drop your image files or folder of image files on the main window or the app icon in the Finder or Dock you will be prompted for the destination of the output, unless you have specified a default destination in Preferences.

Supported import/export file formats are determined by the QuickTime components installed on your Mac.


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