It looks like not many users are aware that they can convert image files of different formats (RAW, BMP, GIF, PNG, JPEG, TIFF, etc.) to other formats by using our applications via the CMD.EXE command line. Almost everybody is satisfied with this simple and familiar method: Run an application, drag and drop selected files or folders onto its window, and then click the “Convert” button. That’s all, the job is done!
But if you need to automate the file conversion process, convert files on schedule, or use graphic converters with your own scripts or apps, the ability to run programs with specific parameters from the CMD.EXE command line (also known as “console”, “prompt” or “shell”) becomes an indispensable tool for an experienced user. I’ll tell you about our applications’ brand-new, flexible, and powerful CLI (command-line interface) syntax by using a few examples. Continue reading