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Software News   Software News : iBatch 1.0 - Batchprocessing for images
   posted by gerograph on 27-Sep-2010 12:35:57 (1706 reads)
iBatch 1.0 (Image Batcher) allows users to easily convert/rename/renumber/resize/rotate a bunch of pictures at once. The pictures to be processed can be collected in a "Batchlist". In order to organize your batchlist ibatch provides a "Viewer" and "Batchlist browser" tool.

A fast workflow is guaranteed even on slow systems. This is accomplished by using preprocessed thumbnails/preview images
for the "Viewer" or "Batchlist browser" tool. All thumbnails will be kept in sync with their corresponding source directory. Before you start the "Viewer" tool, iBatch will therefore check for existent thumbnails and add missing thumbnails from the given sourcedir.

The whole program can be perfectly used for organizing/resizing digicam pics. Furthermore it becomes handy, when you have to convert whole image directories at once.

Old ARexx Version (iBatch4b_ger.lha, iBatch4b_eng.lha, iBatch_eng.lha ord iBatch_ger.lha) becomes obsolete. iBatch 1.0 was rewritten from scratch, here are the main advantages/changes:

- integrated thumbnail viewer + batchlist browser (no external thumbnail viewer needed any more)
- redesigned GUI, very fast and easy to use
- integrated GUI for preferences
- it is not an ARexx Script any more
- c:ImageConverter is not required any more
- it is not an AWNPipe base GUI any more. A Stormwizard Gui was chosen instead.
- considered to be more "robust"
- progress bar
- same executable runs on OS 3 up to OS 4.x
- support for locale.library
- Preferences File
- runs on small screen resolutions as well

Requirements
24Bit pic datatypes, zlib.library, jpeg.library, wizard.library, lots of RAM (at least for digicam pics) and OS3.x. or OS4.x
Runs perfectly on my SAM440. Lots of RAM recommended.

All details, screenshots, download.... on www.geobiz.de/ibatch.html iBatch will also appear on Aminet soon...

Gero Birkenfeld
    

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Re: iBatch 1.0 - Batchprocessing for images
Posted on 28-Sep-2010 3:14:44
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Thank you for this software! I tested it on OS 3.9 on my Cyberstorm MK3 060 and it works fine :) I will test later on PPC when I get it back from upgrade :)


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Re: iBatch 1.0 - Batchprocessing for images
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Just downloading the file right now.

Thanks a lot for this terrific tool.

Need any help for an italian translation?

cheers
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Re: iBatch 1.0 - Batchprocessing for images
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thanks mate. works like a charm

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@g0blin
yes italian translation would be great... there is a "how to translate" package downloadable on the webpage www.geobiz.de/ibatch.html. Section "Download".

Thats what I wrote to registered users:

Quote:
Heard of IrfanView for Windows ? It is similar to iBatch...
Anyway we on Amiga can do better than IrfanView on Win, can't we ?
It took them more than two years to translate IrfanView into a second
language. Today you will find second language support already included (...) !!! (...) It took IrfanView another 3 years to translate into another 18
languages. So this gives us less than 5 years to translate iBatch, heaps of time !


So, if you are into Italian, that would be great, sums up to 4 languages (spanish on the way...)

greetings gerograph


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Excellent! Looks like we have a deal.

I'll dive into it starting from tomorrow.
I'm italian and I have a high school diploma in computer science. Even if I do a different job for a living (I'm in the military), I'll do my best to get it done as quick as I can.

I'm very glad to help the Amiga community.

greetings g0blin


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@g0blin
yes italian translation would be great... there is a "how to translate" package downloadable on the webpage www.geobiz.de/ibatch.html. Section "Download".

Thats what I wrote to registered users:

Quote:
Heard of IrfanView for Windows ? It is similar to iBatch...
Anyway we on Amiga can do better than IrfanView on Win, can't we ?
It took them more than two years to translate IrfanView into a second
language. Today you will find second language support already included (...) !!! (...) It took IrfanView another 3 years to translate into another 18
languages. So this gives us less than 5 years to translate iBatch, heaps of time !


So, if you are into Italian, that would be great, sums up to 4 languages (spanish on the way...)

greetings gerograph


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@gerograph

Yes Sir,
I'm working on it. I'm in the middle of moving out since I now work in a different location, but I'll get it done.

Cheers

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