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Batch Image Commander v2.0 Launched

We are pleased to announce the immediate release of Batch Image Commander v2.0. This is a major overhaul of the application from bottom up to support both 32 Bit and 64 Bit Windows Operating System.

The other core changes include reworking the application to support Multipage TIFFs which are now commonly used. We will be actively working on the application to add on other command line modules which will make the application more relevant in the present environment.

Batch Image Commander is a native Command Line module which is fast and flexible in performing batch image processes. It can be evoked manually, run as a Windows Scheduler process or be evoked from another application thereby extending the batch image support to your in-house server, website or application.

The application comes with 4 Licensing Options which includes

  • Commercial License – US$149
  • Corporate Server License – US$549
  • Web Site License – US$699
  • Unlimited Deployment License – US$2999

For now until September 14 2017, we are offering a 20% Early Bird discount for Batch Image Commander v2.

For more information, please refer to the mini product information page at

A New Direction

The year 2011 is an exciting year for us. If you visited us in the past, you would see a number of changes made to our website. We tried to maintain the page name conversion so if you are linking to us, you would not need to change the links. This new design allow us to make changes to our website faster and without the risk of making too much mistakes.

Our Command Line tools (AutoBatch It and Batch Image Commander) have been discontinued as the command line platform is too restrictive for our development and it does not do our software justice. Moreover, sales for our command line tools have dropped tremendously and those made them too expensive to maintain. If you purchased these applications in the past, you can still download the latest version from our website.

We have implement limited command line features to our Batch TIFF Resizer and would do the same for our upcoming Batch It Ultra later this year.

A new change you might have noticed would be the inclusion of Mac OS X applications. Five of them for the start and more to follow. These applications are designed on the Mac OS X platform for the Mac user and as far as possible, the applications have their counterpart in the Windows platform. The 21 days trial version of the Mac OS X applications are available on our website and you could purchase from our website or from the Mac App Store. Currently two application, CM Batch Photo Resizer and ComboTIFF are available on the Mac App Store and the rest should follow in the next couple of months.