Image Smith
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Powerful batch image processing tool.   Demo ($19.95)
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Image Smith is a powerful batch image processing tool. With a variety of features you can easily scale, reorient, recolorize, convert, and flatten images. Image Smith can open numerous different picture file types, and output in the most common industry standard formats like JPEG, GIF, and PNG.

Use the numerous predefined presets in Image Smith to scale or stretch images down to formats suitable for Web banners, e-mailing photos, backups, and more! This is ideal for taking large photos from your camera, which may be upwards of five megabytes each, and scaling and converting
What's New
Version 2.0:
  • New Feature: Can now preview images in the main window instead of separately.
  • New Feature: File list now shown in main window with mini image previews.
  • New Feature: Can now zoom in and out of preview or view at actual size.
  • New Feature: GIFs and animated GIFs can now be cropped, rotated, and scaled without losing transparency and animation.
  • New Feature: Rename files dynamically when processing with some useful variables.
  • New Feature: Use Web-safe file names.
  • New Feature: Add sharpness effect.
  • New Feature: New icon!
  • New Feature: Clicking the Dock icon when the main window is closed will now open it.
  • New Feature: Add blur effect.
  • New Feature: Scale by maximum pixels, percent and pixels.
  • New Feature: Crop by percentage.
  • New Feature: Threadedly loads files from drag-and-drop.
  • New Feature: Can now drop files and folders onto the Dock icon.
  • New Feature: Presets menu item to easily switch between different presets.
  • New Feature: Crop by co-ordinates relative to left, right, top, and bottom instead of top, left, width, and height.
  • New Feature: Now retains meta data for TIFF, JPEG, and PNG.
  • New Feature: Now retains colour profile data for TIFF, JPEG, and PNG.
  • Bug Fix: QuickTime image export works again.
  • Bug Fix: Sepia now uses proper official sepia value.
  • Bug Fix: Countless other small bug fixes.
Version 2.0:
  • New Feature: Can now preview images in the main window instead of separately.
  • New Feature: File list now shown in main window with mini image previews.
  • New Feature: Can now zoom in and out of preview or view at actual size.
  • New Feature: GIFs and animated GIFs can now be cropped, rotated, and scaled without losing transparency and animation.
  • more...
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later

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Image Smith User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 2.x:
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Tom, Sr. commented on 12 May 2013
Two days ago I tried to bring up my licensed copy of Image Smith. I was told I did not have a valid license. Went to the Koingo web site, my account was recognized, but I was told there I had no licenses for any of their software. I sent them a copy of the letter they sent me last year that listed all the Koingo programs for which I have valid licenses. Haven't heard back from them. Told my son about it. He checked and found the same thing. I hope they straighten this out soon, because I was going to use Image Smith in a program I am slated to put on next week. With the screwing Adobe just announced on how they are going to handle their software, this just makes any commercial software and their "all for us and screw you" licenses suspect as far as I am concerned.
[Version 1.3]

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Tom, Sr. replied on 19 Aug 2013
This turned out to be a hardware failure at the Koingo web site. Once corrected program performance returned to normal.
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scottwild.co reviewed on 18 Jan 2011
New version still contains bugs.

Try dropping six tiffs onto it and doing a resize and conversion to jpg in one go. I use one single tiff and it still crashes. Other than that it does work most of the time
[Version 1.1.9]


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Alexsa reviewed on 15 Jan 2011
A good tool. Unfortunately has some calculating problems.
It has either not may features.
[Version 1.1.9]


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@timi commented on 13 Jan 2011
Still waiting for Watermarking.
[Version 1.1.9]


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Paulpw reviewed on 02 Nov 2009
Oh my goodness thank you. Finally an image resizer that works.
I used the inbuilt Mac OS X Automater but for some reason it failed. Other Mac programs (even recommended from the Apple site) failed.
I resorted to running a windows batch resizer in a virtual machine!! But then as a last resort tried Image Smith and it was fantastic. First time. Thank you so much.

One 'bug' of minor note: pixel rounding could be improved... some images came up with a finished size of 449 on the long edge instead of the required 450.
[Version 1.1.4]


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Colette reviewed on 13 Jan 2009
Thats the 2. time i test this app.

It contains still bugs. So It does not do its job correctly.

On the other hand it has good features.
[Version 1.0.7]

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Koingo-Software replied on 21 Oct 2009
Please report bugs you find so we can fix them.
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This-person-died-in-2011 replied on 24 Jun 2010
You know, I find it disingenuous when people come on these forums and complain about bugs. The first thing to do when you find a bug is to contact the developer and work toward a resolution. Bugs simply don't magically fix themselves after someone whines about generic bugs on a forum such as this.

Over the years I've had a variety of problems with many software applications, and I've found 99.9% of the developers to be extremely responsive to private emails reporting such problems. It turns out to be a pleasure to have a little back and forth with these guys, learn where they live, etc. during email chats about the problem.

Publicly airing your dirty laundry does no one any good and make you look like a fool. (I know, I've done that in the past myself, but I try to learn from those mistakes.)
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mupptroll2 replied on 31 Mar 2011
I'd think twice about believing reviews from "Sundays," Ben95" "Colette" "Puc" and "MikeCook." Why? Because all 5 of these accounts do the same things:

1) They rate all of Omid Pajuhideh's ****erox software with 5 stars.
2) They rate similar apps poorly (ironically, their download history has no indication of the app that they are reviewing having been downloaded).
3) They all make the same comment to the extent of "No Free Trial, No sales at MacUpdate."

Just Saying...
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relligbe reviewed on 03 Dec 2008
I've been looking for an application like Image Smith for some time. It has all the features I require, works splendidly, and (for me) is even better than some of the "big name" programs out there!
[Version 1.0.3]


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M4rt1njb rated on 08 Nov 2013

[Version 2.0]



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dsimer rated on 10 Sep 2013

[Version 2.0]



Ciccioriccio rated on 13 Mar 2013

[Version 1.2.9]



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Alexsa rated on 31 Mar 2011

[Version 1.2]



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Capitan rated on 24 Mar 2011

[Version 1.2]


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Version Downloads:2,008
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Demo
Date:28 Aug 2013
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $19.95
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Image Smith is a powerful batch image processing tool. With a variety of features you can easily scale, reorient, recolorize, convert, and flatten images. Image Smith can open numerous different picture file types, and output in the most common industry standard formats like JPEG, GIF, and PNG.

Use the numerous predefined presets in Image Smith to scale or stretch images down to formats suitable for Web banners, e-mailing photos, backups, and more! This is ideal for taking large photos from your camera, which may be upwards of five megabytes each, and scaling and converting them down to a manageable size of only a few hundred kilobytes.

Many power-user features are also included: changing the color levels, applying a sepia effect, inverting, changing the contrast, auto-levelling, extracting image masks, and rotating by angle. Additionally, also easily preview the effect of the settings before processing the entire set.

Image Smith is available for both Mac and Windows, and ensures you get the same experience on whichever computer you are on. Download the free fifteen day trial, and take the redundancy out of image editing!


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