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Giveaway of the day — Photopus

Photopus est un logiciel facile à utiliser pour le traitement de lots d'images
$29.95 EXPIRÉ
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Photopus est un logiciel facile à utiliser pour le traitement de lots d'images pour simplifier le processus de convertir, redimensionner, transformer, retoucher, renommer et appliquer des effets à vos images numériques. Au lieu de passer des heures à éditer vos images numériques individuellement, Photopus vous permet d'effectuer le traitement des images par lots en une seule opération.

Avec Photopus, vous pouvez redimensionner automatiquement les images par lots avec présélection prêt pour la sortie en tailles les plus courantes; Rotation des images; Retourner; Renommer des images, Recadrage; Convertir l'image en autres formats d'image (y compris multi-page PDF, TIFF); Ajuster DPI; Appliquer spéciaux effets comme le noir et blanc, sépia, flou, embossage, correction des yeux rouges, tournoyer, niveaux de gris, ajouter des frontières et plus; retouche des images en ajustant la luminosité, le contraste, netteté, balance des couleurs lisses, et etc.

Photopus vient avec une interface propre et bien conçue. Trois étapes pour traiter vos images: Ajout de photos, ajout de filtres, et résultat. À chaque étape du processus, vous pouvez prévisualiser les modifications apportées avant l'enregistrement des images. Les réglages peuvent être sauvegardés et chargés pour un projet de traitement d'image suivant.

Photopus supporte plus de 60 formats d'images, dont BMP, JPG, GIF, TIFF, TGA, PNG, ICO, PDF, PDF / A, PSD, WMF, EMF, JBIG, JBIG2, WBMP, PICT, PCT, JNG, JPEG 2000, le PIC, ICB, VDA, VST, DDP, WAP, WBM, EXR, PNM, PBM, PGM, PPM, XPM, CUR, CUT, DDS, DIB, FAX, HDR, IFF, le BIE, JBG, JB2, JIF, KOA, LBM, MNG, PCD, PCX, PFM, PGM, RAS, SGI, RLE, XBM, EXIF, JTIF, etc. Le multi-page est entièrement pris en charge.

Configuration minimale:

Windows 7/ Vista/ XP/ 2000/ 2003/ 2008

Éditeur:

Softdiv Software Sdn Bhd

Page web:

http://www.photopus.net/

Taille du fichier:

8.98 MB

Prix:

$29.95

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#2

Photopus est un bon logiciel pour effectuer rapidement et simplement le traitement par lots d'une grande quantité d'images. En plus d'être convivial, il permet de traiter une grande variété de formats d’images.
La version standard ici proposée permet de convertir, redimensionner, transformer, retoucher, renommer et appliquer divers effets aux images en seulement quatre étapes (sélection des images à traiter, choix des modifications souhaitées, prévisualisation des modifications apportées et finalement enregistrement des images retouchées).
La version pro permet d'ajouter des filigrammes et de traiter un plus grand nombre de formats d'images. Pour comparer, voir http://www.photopus.net/comparephotopus.html

Réponse   |   MiroirAcrylique  –  11 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (0)
#1

Comment activer Photopus ?

Réponse   |   DoMi  –  11 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (0)
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#5

Beginners program to mess up your pictures!

Several of the appliable filters have no effect at all.
Conversion of pictures takes depending on picture size almost for ever.
Crop feature works with numerical input instead with on-screen rubber-band.

I'm still searching for the 60+ picture formats - last count was around 14 - where are the remaining 40+ formats?

This version doesn' support RAW format - you need pro version for that.

Sorry folks - but for $29,95 not enough features compared to available freeware (xnview, etc). I recommend Fast Stone Imageviewer.
Its free and has more features.

garfield  –  11 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+145)
#4

Looks a lot like XNVIEW
The effects and batch processing capabilities are very similar to the free XNVIEW software by Pierre.e Gougelet. I was hoping there would be "paint" like tools, such as a healing brush or the ability to add simple geometric shapes. It does have a nice, friendly interface, but I think I'll stick with the software I've been using for a few years now.

ProE Pro  –  11 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+81)
#3

Photopus does what it says at the top of the page, but for what it does, installing this VB [Visual Basic] app has too much impact for me to consider using it -- if that sort of thing doesn't bother you, it seems a nice, professionally written/designed app for both home & work. To use it you import image files &/or folders, add processes to the job list [e.g. despeckle, resize, add border etc.], set your output format, file naming, destination, even date, & click process. With Remote Desktop used in the XP Mode VM, Photopus was slow [at times unresponsive] working with images on a shared drive, so it *might* not be ideal for images stored remotely [e.g. on a NAS], but you'd have to test your setup because that could also be from using Windows VPC [i.e. the XP Mode VM]. And while the Photopus program window is re-sizable, the image preview is not -- as that preview's a bit small for my tastes, that's something I'd suggest the developers add to the wishlist for a future version. The available adjustments & FX aren't bad & are for the most part suited for batch processing -- you won't find brushes or many of the tools you're used to seeing & using on individual images, because those are things you'd use on individual images rather than on a folder full of .jpg &/or .png files. That said, not having any auto adjustments is a somewhat glaring omission considering how common that sort of thing is nowadays, not to mention automatic adjustments are ideally suited to batch processing photos.

The setup file for Photopus includes 13, mostly older version files that can be installed in Windows system folder -- if they're added or not depends on whether you've got them already. One of those files, GdiPlus.dll, could **potentially** cause problems with other apps -- Microsoft likes GdiPlus.dll installed to Windows\WinSxS where several versions can co-exist, so you don't have problems when an app needs a certain version... added to the system folder that GdiPlus.dll file is available for every app to use. It *shouldn't* cause problems, & Photopus itself used one of the files in WinSxS, but with Windows software things don't always work according to plan, & it would have been better to add that file to the program's folder if Softdiv Software didn't want to bother with a WinSxS setup. One of the few newer VB files, msvbvm60.dll, is installed to both Windows system & the program's folder [Photopus used the copy in the program's folder], & VBOLock.ocx is installed in the system folder as well, mentioned only because it's for DRM, and adding DRM sometimes has side effects. The reason I decided not to keep it, Photopus uses software code [files] from CODEJOCK [codejock.com] & GdPicture [gdpicture.com], which together help account for the recorded 6,883 new registry entries in the XP Mode VM with VB 6 already installed -- if VB 6 hadn't already been installed that figure would have been higher. Add that VB apps don't always perform their best in win7. The program's folder itself holds 25 files at ~20 MB, with another folder added to All Users Application Data.

As I started out, Photopus does do what the dev's say it does up top of the page, but it's a crowded field [using "batch photo" Google came up with near 50 mill results], & with so many alternatives I don't know that Anyone can accurately say what's the best/worst of the lot. I'm lazy & tend to use what I've got already rather than try to sort through them all hoping to find something better, adding image apps when or as I come across what I think are fairly knowledgeable recommendations -- one I've seen mentioned quite a bit that way is XnView [xnview.com], though I personally think its GUI could be a bit confusing to some folks. It's also one of the apps I get from portableapps.com, since as I said I'm lazy, & it's easier to visit their site & download a bunch of new versions than it is to monitor those same apps individually. Back to Photopus, if it weren't for the installation & potential network storage issues I would have installed & kept it, because it is easy to use [very non-intimidating], & I'm not the only one here using a PC/laptop. If you want/need an app for batch processing photos, if Easy is what you're primarily after, & if those issues don't matter to you, Photopus should fit the bill.

mike  –  11 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+46)
#2

When batch processing photos, note that:
— A resolution of 96 dpi will work better when applying effects.
— Effects filters will not expand to transparent areas of a photo.
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Some versatile image processing freeware you could try...
— Chasys Draw IES:
http://www.chachaslab.com/chasys_draw_ies.php
— Digital Dream Studio v2:
http://ddsv2.xhost.ro/
— Kestrel GX:
http://www.kestrelfly.com/
— NeoPaint:
http://www.neosoftware.com/npw.html
— Pixia:
http://pixia.free.fr/
— SmoothDraw:
http://www.smoothdraw.com/
— QFX/LE (shareware or free option)
http://www.qfx.com/
---------

hocus opus  –  11 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+33)
#1

The name is too close to a well known popular software called PhotoPlus (with a letter "L") from Serif.com that I think they are trying to confuse folks. The package here is far less capable, so I hope everyone understands the difference.

Leo  –  11 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+24)

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