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

Unoriginal image shape

If, for any reason (for example, to decorate your photo album, to create an unusual presentation, or just for beauty) you need to have photos or images of original shape or with original borders (for example, with rounded corners, oval,

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

High frame rate of animated images

If you want to view separate frames from an animated GIF file, and its high framerate prevents you from doing this, or, if you just want to view all images from a specially created multipage file, you can convert this

Backing up your graphics files

If you occasionally delete your images or cannot find the needed one, try organizing your image library. To do that, you’ll need to convert all your images into one format, move them to corresponding folders and save them on some

Digital photo noise

Shooting with cameras of poor quality (for example, cell phone camera), or in a dark place with increased brightness, or with high zoom may result in so-called “noise” on your photos – that is, single pixels different with their color

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