When a number that stands for “nothing” can identify one of your images

Everyone loves it when something is done automatically, especially if the routine task has to be repeated many times. We have created a number of macros to ease the task of naming the resulting image files after performing conversion. With the help of ImageConverter Plus you can create target file names with their individual values. But sometimes it’s easier to just numerate them. The resulting files will then look like: image.000.jpg or image 001.png etc. – each resulting file number will be increased by 1 when the file is processed. This is one of the ways to store lots of images and keep track of them. But please note – counting starts at “zero”, instead of “one”. Hopefully this will not confuse you too much. You can learn more about this option here: http://www.online-help-icp.com/reference/script/filename.htm