Developer Eltima has released a new photo editing application for Mac aficionados, called PhotoBulk. As its name implies, the app is a bulk image editor that lets users add text/image watermark, resize, and optimize a bunch of pictures with a single command.
So here’s the deal. For $4.99 / €3.99 (limited time offer), this minute application will allow you to just drag and drop your images onto its UI, choose desired actions and press the start button to batch-edit as many images as you want without having to tend to each one in part.
You can watermark and resize an entire folder of images with a click, as well as optimize the pictures for JPEG or PNG formats.
Watermark options include the ability to pick text or image watermark; the ability to choose watermark opacity; and the ability to choose watermark position.
Bulk resize options count just one – “change proportionally the width or height of all the added images.”
As far as format optimization is concerned, users can optimize the file size of their JPEG or PNG images while preserving their original resolution and quality.
According to Eltima, “This is very useful for images you are going to share through the Internet.” The company asks users to note that PNG optimization will take more time than JPEG compression.
As an added advantage, the developers decided to give PhotoBulk a good memory so that it remembers the settings you last used. This way, users who generally do the same edits every day won’t have to rummage through the settings over and over again.
A handy real-time preview option lets you check and see how your files will look before they are processed. This way, users can also feel free to experiment.
Supported image formats include JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, and TIFF. PhotoBulk requires OS X 10.7 or later and a 64-bit processor.