ABIC (Advanced Batch Image Converter) is a multiplatform tool for converting images from and to a wide variety of formats, for example: JPEG, TIFF, PNG, JPEG-2000, WebP. It can also read some historic ones, in particular Amiga IFF (ILBM). Features: Supports dozens of image file formats; Runs on Windows, Mac OS X and many more OSes; Multithreaded (can use all cores of a CPU); Portable software (also runs without installation); Can process images with 16 bits depth (only for certain formats, like TIFF and JP2).
- It converts image files in various formats (among them are JPG, TIFF, PNG, JPEG-2000, WebP)
- Multithreading: ABIC will use every core to convert image files, if multiple files are selected (with restrictions, see documentation page)
- Multiplatform: Binaries for Windows 32/64 bit (with and without installers) and OS X are provided, source code is available for compilation on Linux and other Unixes.
- There is a portable version which stores nothing in ini-files or in the registry
- Capable of converting 16-bit-images
- Completely free, no nags, no additional downloads like toolbars etc.
Advanced Batch Image Converter - 64-bit software