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PhotoFiltre - Working with a batch of photos

PhotoFiltre allows you to modify multiples image files simultaneously (in Batch)


Open PhotoFiltre and click on the Automate/Batch icon

This shall open up a new menu.

The File tab

1- Select the source folder: once selected, you'll get a preview of all the image files present in the folder in the "Pictures" field"

2-Select the destination folder for your new "batch of photos"

You can also choose the Output format and many more

The Image tab

In this section you'll get all the necessary to resize your images:

The Adjust tab

In this section you can adjust the brightness, hue, saturation ...settings.

The Filter tab

As the name suggest, you can apply filter to your images:

The Transform tab

Rotate /Flip your images.

The Action Tab

Once you have make all your settings, move to the Action tab.
  • Note that all the options will be summarized in this menu.
  • Click on the Save settings button to save the preset and click on the OK button

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