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Batch image converting and scaling app Converseen released version 0.9.9.1, features JFIF file format support.

Converseen is a free open-source tool based on Qt5 framework. It provides a lightweight and easy to use interface to convert single or multiple photo images.

Thanks to Magick++, it supports 100+ supported file formats, including the most popular DPX, EXR, GIF, JPEG, JPEG-2000, PhotoCD, PNG, Postscript, SVG, and TIFF. And, it supports for converting PDF to image, and/or image to PDF.

In addition, it can scale, rotate, and flip images, and replace transparent background with specified color. For JPEG and PNG, you can set the quality level via ‘Image settings’ button.

By releasing Converseen 0.9.9.1, it now supports for converting JFIF file to any supported image format. As well, there are minor updates and various bug-fixes in the release.

How to Install Converseen 0.9.9.1 in Ubuntu:

Besides building from the source tarball, you can install the app from the unofficial PPA in Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 21.04, as well as Linux Mint 20.

1.) Firstly, open terminal from system app launcher. When it opens, run command to add the PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/apps

2.) After that, run command to update package cache, though it’s done automatically in Ubuntu 20.04 and higher:

sudo apt update

3.) You can finally either upgrade the tool from existing release via Software Updater, or install it via command:

sudo apt install converseen

How to Remove Converseen:

To remove the software, simply run command in terminal:

sudo apt remove --autoremove converseen

As well, you can remove the PPA either via command:

sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/apps

or by removing relevant line from “Software & Updates -> Other Software”:

converseen batch image resizer

Converseen, an open-source batch image converting and resizing software, reached 0.9.7 release. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 16.04.

Converseen is written in C++ with Qt5 libraries. Thanks to Magick++ it supports more than 100 image formats.

With converseen, you can:

  • Carry out a single or a multiple conversion.
  • Resize one or multiple images.
  • Compress images for your web pages.

Converseen 0.9.5

How to Install Converseen 0.9.7 in Ubuntu:

The latest version 0.9.7 was released yesterday with translation updates, various bug-fixes. To install it in Ubuntu 18.04 and/or Ubuntu 16.04, do:

1. Open terminal by either pressing Ctrl+Alt+T on keyboard or searching for “terminal” from software launcher. When it opens, run command to add PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/apps

Type your password (no asterisks feedback due to security reason) when it prompts and hit Enter.

2. Then upgrade Converseen via Software Updater:

upgrade converseen

or install the image converter / resizer via commands:

sudo apt update

sudo apt install converseen

Uninstall:

To remove Converseen image converter and resizer, run command in terminal:

sudo apt remove --autoremove converseen

To remove the PPA you added in step 1, launch Software & Updates and navigate to Other Software tab.

gnome shell

This quick tutorial shows you how to easily resize or rotate a mass of image files in Ubuntu 18.04.

Nautilus, Gnome default file browser, has an extension called nautilus-image-converter. It adds “Resize images” and “Rotate images” options into context menu of image files, that allows to easily resize / rotate a mass of images.

With the two new options, you can resize images to a selected size, custom size, or scale images with given percent.

You can also rotate a mass of images with a selected angle or custom angle.

To install the Nautilus extension, open terminal either via Ctrl+Alt+To or by searching for ‘terminal’ from app launcher. When it opens, run command:

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install nautilus-image-converter

Input your password (no visual feedback while typing due to security reason) when it prompts and hit Enter.

Once installed, close all current file browser windows, and open it again. Or run command nautilus -q if you still don’t see the resize and rotate options.

converseen batch image resizer

Converseen, a free and open-source batch image resizer and converter, has reached the 0.9.5 a few days ago.

Converseen 0.9.5 is the first Qt5 port release written in C++. It works on Windows, Linux, and FreeBSD. With Magick++ image libraries it supports more than 100 image formats.

Features:

  • Convert an unlimited number of images
  • Create thumbnails to any of the most popular formats
  • Carry out a single or a multiple conversion
  • Resize, compress images.
  • Rotate and flip images.

Converseen 0.9.5

How to install Converseen 0.9.5 in Ubuntu 16.04, 14.04

While Ubuntu offers the 0.9.2 release in its main repository, you can install or upgrade Converseen from an third-party PPA.

1. Open terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and run command to add PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/apps

converseen ppa

2. To upgrade from a previous release, launch Software Updater and install available updates after checking for updates:

upgrade converseen

Or just run the commands below in terminal to install or upgrade the software:

sudo apt update && sudo apt install converseen

For those who don’t want to add PPA, grab the .deb package from the file archive.

3. (Optional) To remove converseen image processor, run:

sudo apt remove converseen && sudo apt autoremove

And the PPA can be disabled or removed via Software & Updates utility in Other Software tab.

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