Question to Irfanview users

Discussion in 'Digital Darkroom' started by t._duane_jones, Sep 14, 2004.

  1. I am currently a film shooting wedding/portrait photographer. My lab
    will print the proofs, and scan the negs to a CD. I want to make the
    client a CD, and need to do the following: 1) Resize the images for
    viewing 2)renumber the images to the corresponding neg number (eg:
    client name + frame #) 3) be able to change from JPEG to Tiff or vice
    versa. 4) rotate the vertical images. Will Irfanview allow me to
    accomplish this? I also need to watermark the images, but I can do
    this in PS 6 if I have to. I'm new to the digital technology, so any
    help is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,Duane
     
  2. Irfanview will do all of the above as a batch, ecxept the conversion from tif/jpg/tif, which AFAIK is a 'save as' function, one at a time. Also, have a look at Breezebrowser which does all the above plus batch converts file types in its 'proofs menu, and has some nifty HTML templates for laying out the galleries.
     
  3. Correction - I just looked - 'Irfanview' will also batch convert filetypes.
     
  4. Paul,

    Thanks for the info. I will also check out breezebrowser before I make a decision.

    Duane
     
  5. Note that IrfanView is free and BreezeBrowser costs money.
     

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