XnConvert for Windows is a software that I have only used twice while I was in college, but it was definitely memorable. It allows for a person to edit their own pictures instead of having to do it as part of a group. Your work for the marketing project won't cost as much if you work for a local nonprofit or you do a work for a school. When I was marketing the products for the project, each independent picture was photographed using our digital cameras. The products I would use in our project would be available in various stores in our college town and a nearby city, which we took pictures of. Having uploaded pictures taken on our excursion to a computer, we noticed several things after returning. There was one important difference between all three pictures: None were taken together We are unsure how this happened, but we had to deal with it while also storing more than 100 images. Additionally, the exposure levels were exceptionally high for a particular reason. Turns out the camera had a broken lens when it was using, and it may have been fixing the lighting. As a result, some of our members bailed, so we started modifying pictures manually, becoming very fed up. We decided that we would try looking on the web to find a more convenient method of doing so. We then came across XnConvert and decided to give it a shot. In terms of time savings, this software was quite handy.
Overall, this product was a huge time saver and I would recommend it for anyone who needs to perform simple picture edits but in bulk.
Allowing groups of pictures to be taken simultaneously saves a lot of time.
We used it as a simple tool and enjoyed its convenience.