Home Image Viewer and Converter
Home Image Viewer and Converter
2.2.0

3.5

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Home Image Viewer and Converter free download for Mac

Home Image Viewer and Converter2.2.0

20 February 2011

View image files and convert to numerous graphic formats.

Overview

Home Image Viewer and Converter is mac image converter and viewer application. Batch conversion of images is available. Convert image files to mostly used raster formats such as JPG, TIF, PNG, BMP, SGI and more.

You can navigate through the images in a folder using navigation keys and keyboard shortcuts. Changing the view size allows to view at different zoom amounts.

Also you have ability to rotate selected Image file.

To convert a mac image, choose one of the export formats and select Convert option or press button. The export resolution can be changed under our mac image converter Drawer Preferences. You may set also the default destination format, and the default location for the converted files.

Home Image Viewer (mac image converter) is free software for Mac, you can use it absolutly free. This application is for free software downloads.

Only batch file converting option is payable.

What's new in Home Image Viewer and Converter

Version 2.2.0:
  • Batch image file conversion functionality improved

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How would you rate Home Image Viewer and Converter app?

3 Reviews of Home Image Viewer and Converter

Roro01
02 November 2007
Version: 2.0.1

Most helpful

Why not simply use "Change Type of Images" Automator action?
(2)
3.5
GOZERMAC
01 October 2011
Version: 2.2.0
Should be called Home Image Converter. This little program does what it says it does. A little clumsy interface but solid performer. Crashed a few times under Lion.
(0)
Roro01
07 May 2010
Version: 2.1.0
THIS IS A SHAREWARE APPLICATION!!! Why does the developer try to push it as freeware and waste my time? Now I have to delete all its files.
(1)
Roro01
02 November 2007
Version: 2.0.1
Why not simply use "Change Type of Images" Automator action?
(2)