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To process files with the Image Converter you may do it image by image or as batch conversion.

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Possible input formats

- Bitmap (.bmp)
- GIF (.gif)
- JPEG (.jpg)
- PNG (.png)
- PSD (.psd)
- TGA (.tga)
- TIF (.tif)
- TIFF (.tiff)

Single image conversion

Select [Single Image] and then Click on […] to browse to your file’s location to convert a single image file to a new size.
The file will be displayed on the left side in the Image section.

Batch folder conversion

Select [Batch Folder] and click […] to choose the folder where all of the image files are located. You have to define an output folder as well, where the converted files will be stored.
The first file from the Input folder will be displayed on the left side in the Image section.

Additional options (Batch folder conversion only)

Include Sub Folder
Recursively searches for images in subfolders.

Use Multi-Core
Enables the Image Converter to use multiple processor cores, this uses more system performance but is accordingly faster.

Delete Input Images
Removes the source images after conversion.

Odd/Even Frames Only
Tells the Image Converter to convert only odd or even images. This useful when getting an image sequence that is produced for 3D-content where the first, third, fifth... frame is for the right eye and the second, forth, sixth... frame contains the information for the left eye. A typical framerate would be for example 120Hz. With the feature you may separate the right and left content and render two videos to be played back with 60Hz.