How to use sample profiles

The website of ImageConverter Plus contains quite a few screenshots. They help the users better understand the program. Profiles clearly demonstrate how to perform different image processing operations. To simplify the use of profiles there are examples of those given

Problem with editing animated images

If you want to edit an animated image, for example, change an inscription, or the color of some object, or add details to the image, you’ll face some difficulties, as you’ll only be able to change the first frame of

Incomplete multipage file

If you need to add new pages to an existing multipage file, you’ll find that it is quite a problem. You surely can split this file into separate pages, add new ones and then compile all pages into a new

Blurred photos

If you have slightly blurred photos (resulting from unclean photo lens, high humidity or unsharp focusing, using old film camera or scanning an old image, shaking hands, shooting through glass or other reasons), you can increase their sharpness with the

Correcting a color in the image

Sometimes you may have to quickly correct a color of the image (for example, when doing pre-printing preparations for the final print), but there is no specialized image editor at hand, or there are too many images to process manually.

Resizing a digital photo before emailing it.

Up-to-date cameras can create images with rather high resolution (millions of pixels). Such resolution is vital for pre-printing preparations but is not needed in common private life. For example, you have to regularly e-mail your images, or just view them,

Unwanted information on screenshots

If, for any reason, you need program screenshots with a part of the program window (for example, text in the browser without toolbars, scrollbars and image borders), it will take much time to process such images manually (crop unwanted margins

Unnaturally sharp photos

If you have unnaturally sharp images (resulting from shooting with cheap cameras (for example, cell phone cameras), incorrect camera settings, using special “sharpening” lens or processing photos with image editors), you can make them look more natural with the help