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Photo Converter Mac-Convert Photo on Mac OS

Post by yangyang on Mon Aug 16, 2010 8:52 am



What Can We Do with Photo Converter Mac

Photo Converter Mac is an easy-to-use and marverllous image batch editing and conversion software on the Mac OS. It allows you to create mobile wallpapers with specific size matching perfectly for your portable devices. You can crop your favorite photos or images and adjust size to make it fit the screen of your portable devices such as iPhone 3GS, Blackberry, PSP, and Nintendo DS. This Photo Converter Mac OS program also offers simple editing function such as rotate or flip for you to customize your personalized images at your pleasure.

Photo Converter Mac also can make you to batch import, resize, save and upload. It also offers you several choices for outputting your images on Mac. You can save them as images or upload to image website and blogs such as Facebook, Flickr and rapidshare to enjoy those delicate images with your friends around the world. You can also upload the output images to your mobile phone by bluetooth.

Welcome to Photo Converter Mac

The Interface
After you launch Photo Converter Mac, drag the images to the initial window.


The main window will be shown below, is your console for viewing, editing, outputting images. From here, you can access almost every tool that you’ll use to work with your images.



Toolbar
Output Button
Upload to Facebook, Flickr, rapidshare and share with any devices with bluetooth
Viewing Area
View the images realtime
Use buttons and controls to rotate, flip, resize, crop your images
Source List
Where all imported images appear

Using Photo Converter Mac

Step 1: Importing Images
You can click "File - Open Image" or drag the images or folder of images to the initial window directly then the main interface will appear.
Step 2: Editing Images
You can use the editing buttons at the bottom of the window to edit the file. For example, you can apply the editing of Rotating Images, Flipping Images, Resizing Images and Cropping Images.



Step 3: Converting Images
Click Batch Save to display the Batch Save window. In the Format page, select the output format in the Format dropping down list. Specify a output folder for your output images. Click Choose to begin conversion.
Note:You can also use Save As button to save single image.
Step 4: Uploading Images
After you’ve created your images, you have a variety of options for sharing: You can upload to Facebook, Flickr, Rapidshare or share wallpaper to your mobiles with Bluetooth.

Photo Converter Mac offers your main features as below:

* Designed just for Mac OS
* Support various image format as PNG, JPG, TIFF, BMP
* Customized editing as rotating or flipping
* Strong batch operation function as importing, editing, saving and uploading
* Resize to specific image size
* Crop image with specific mobile screen size for iPhone 3GS,Blackberry, PSP,iPhone 3GS and Nintendo DS
* Upload images to Facebook, Flickr, Rapidshare
* Share wallpaper to your mobiles by Bluebooth

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Post by ipadgeek on Tue Jan 25, 2011 5:34 am

I have both DataMan and Data Control. Neither of them ever match each other or the iPhone Settings number. I don't know why the math should be so difficult. Also, neither app is very polished, especially Data Control. They are quite a few of these sorts of apps, and they'll probably get better in time, now that more people are on tiered plans. Good post, though, and any monitoring method is a good idea.copy iPod to mac

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:03 pm

I have discussed this in forums here and at other websites. I've noticed the issue on the front camera too. I believe it's a White Balance issue. So the issue is very predominant when taking picture of white surfaces. It's terrible….Here is one of mine… rip dvd to ipad 2 for mac I have downloaded and installed IOS 4.2.1 on my Ipad 64 wifi and Iphone 3GS very easily ( using shift update , which kept all my data and settings) All is really great except the mute button does not now work on my iphone 3GS OR Ipad ( i.e the new lock switch function) .It does show a graphic Icon of the speaker crossed out but does not shut off the sound. Maybe a bug?However it had been working fine with the earlier 4.2.0 GM ??

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