Batch Image Converter XnConvert Updates With 64-bit Linux Fixes

Last updated: September 1, 2014

XnConvert batch image converter

XnConvert, an image batch converter developed by XnSoft, has released the new version 1.65 that finally fixed the issues relating to the 64-bit Linux.

XnConvert is a powerful and free cross-platform batch image processor, allowing you to combine over 80 actions. Compatible with 500 formats including RAW, WebP, OpenEXR, and many others. It uses the batch processing module of XnViewMP.

XnConvert in Ubuntu 14.04

The latest XnConvert 1.6.5 was released a few days ago with many bugs fixed. For 64-bit Linux users, the non-installed version (pre-compiled binary) no longer needs lib32z1, lib32ncurses5, lib32bz2-1.0, and libqtwebkit4: i386 libraries.

Download & Install XnConvert:

For Ubuntu and derivatives, download and install (double-click to open with Software Center) the .deb package from the links below:

32-bit Deb | 64-bit Deb

You may check your OS type, 32-bit or 64-bit, by going to System Settings -> Details.

You can also (for all Linux users) download the non-installed version (Just run the executable from the extracted folder).

32-bit TGZ | 64-bit TGZ


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