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Subject:Re: Subject: TIFF to JPEG From:"Townsend, Emru" <etownsend -at- POSITRON -dot- QC -dot- CA> Date:Mon, 8 Feb 1999 14:38:17 -0500
Tom's reply reminded me of another possible solution: if you also do any Web
development and need to create or modify graphics specifically for the Web,
you can kill two birds with one stone and use Adobe ImageReady. Among other
things, ImageReady does have batch conversion capabilities -- if you're
converting to GIF, JPEG, or PNG.
Technical Communications Wiseguy - Product Integration
Positron Public Safety Systems Inc.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
e-mail: etownsend -at- positron -dot- qc -dot- ca
My words are my own. Confuse them with my employer's at your own risk.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tom Campbell [SMTP:tomcampbell -at- EUDORAMAIL -dot- COM]
> Sent: Monday, February 08, 1999 2:28 PM
> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
> Subject: Subject: TIFF to JPEG
> I'm on digest, so forgive me if your question ("Do any of you know of a
> shareware application that can convert TIFF to JPEG?") has already been
> If you only need to convert one image at a time, PaintShop Pro 5 will do
> the trick. (It also has many other great features for working with
> For batch conversions, you could use Jasc Image Robot.
> Both applications are available from Jasc Software at