Browse Year: 2015

November Flash Sale – 25% Off All Items

We are pleased to be running our first flash sale which runs from November 11th to 15th 2015. Take this opportunity to purchase any of our Windows applications now and enjoy 25% Off. All discounts will be reflected on the FastSpring order page.


Getting Dynamic Text Captions with Macros

The first time I’ve heard of macros was when I first used Microsoft Excel. Macros are defined as tiny snippets of programming codes to customize and enhanced the results on a spreadsheet or to perform repetitive tasks. In our applications, even though they do a lot of complicating codes at the background to get the result, it does work in a different manner. Here we used them much as a preset programming function calls. If you are familiar with programming, a function is a set of procedures to get a result. In the context of Text Captions, macros plays in an important role in making your text captions dynamic in a way.

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Batch It Pro v5.35 Released

We are pleased to announce the immediate release of Batch It Pro v5.35. This is a feature update version.

  • Now Text Captions macros are not longer case sensitive
  • New Text Captions macros added includes
    • [GPSCoord] [GPSLatDeg] [GPSLongDeg] [FNumber] [FocalLength] [ExposureProgram] [ExposureTime] [UserComment] [XPComment] [Comment]

Batch It Ultra v5.24 Released

We are pleased to announce the immediate release of Batch It Ultra v5.24. This update contains several new Text Captions Macros which can be used.

These includes

  • [GPSCoord]
  • [GPSLatDeg]
  • [GPSLongDeg]
  • [FNumber]
  • [FocalLength]
  • [ExposureProgram]
  • [ExposureTime]
  • [UserComment]
  • [XPComment]
  • [Comment]

Harnessing the Power of EXIF Rotation

It might be hard to believe but there was a point of time when digital cameras cannot sense when you rotate them to take portrait photos and in the case of a smart phone, landscape pictures. Now all modern cameras come equipped with an orientation sensor and store this orientation information inside the JPEG File header or more technically known as the Exif header. Exif stands for Exchangeable image file format.

On a smart phone such as the iPhone, the photos will always show up in the right orientation because the built-in photo viewers read this settings but when posting the pictures to websites, it may not show up correctly and thus doing a real orientation change is needed.

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How to Resize Your Photos for your Website

One of the most common task performed by our Batch Imaging Application is the process of Downsizing Photos. Today’s digital camera can take pictures of tens of mega pixels which is great for viewing on the local computer and for printing as it contains a lot of minute details. However, these pictures are huge especially if you want them to be placed on your website or even to send over email.

In this tutorial, we will explore the Downsize by Pixels resizing method which will resize a picture down to a much smaller dimension. A pixel represents a single dot on the screen and the size of the pixel can vary from display to display. Modern phones and high definition displays can packed in more dots per inch than ever before. However, we use Pixels as that is the parameters uses in digital photography.

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Batch It v6.23 Released

We are pleased to announce the immediate release of Batch It v6.23. This is a maintenance update which turn off the theming for the dialogs which may interfere with the Load Files and Load Folders operations.

If you are facing crashes when the above mentioned issue, please download and install this update from