Kigo Image Converter Review and Features


In this article we do the review of the free watermarking software Kigo Image Converter. See what all this software can do and how effective and easy to use are its watermarking capabilities.

Kigo Image Converter comes as a three-way image processor that provides a smooth combination of Conversion, Image Resizing and Watermarking. It is one of the best software which can cater users the best bulk image processing experience at a time.

Kigo Image Converter is a free program that gets installed really fast where there are no tool bars to block your memory space and no third party components to unnecessarily bother you.

Features


GUI


The Kigo Image Converter has a simply designed GUI which is quite advantageous for the beginners. Each and every Option is neatly organised that leads you to the correct tools and tabs.

Drag & Drop Option


Moreover you can keep adding pictures by using the drag & drop option if you are looking for more speed.

File Format Support


When it comes to image file support, Kigo Image has quite a big list of format support though not all. You will mostly find popular formats like JPG, BMP, TIFF, J2K, JPC, PNG, PCX, PNM and TGA.

Image Resizing


With Kigo Image Converter Resizing images becomes child's play. There is a size factor feature that accepts the standard value of size from 0 to 10 or else you can choose thee specifications manually too by entering values for width and height, maintaining the aspect ratio.

Preview function


The preview function in Kigo Image Converter does a good job with the digital specifications and their effects on the final output before you set out for it.
Kigo converter watermark

The Interface


Kigo Image Converter's interface is quite simple yet intuitive. and we had no trouble figuring out how to get started. Users simply select the image or images they want to work with, where you can easily adjust the settings preferences, and then to proceed you have to click the "Convert" button.

You can install and uninstall Kigo Image Converter without any hazards, and it works fast.

Pros:
One can convert image files and resize them exactly the way he wants and can also choose multiple sets of files to convert at the same time. He can switch the image files from jpg, bmp, gif....etc.

Kigo Image Converter processes multiple of images in no time. It also takes good care of your images with both text and image watermarks. The program easily modifies the dimensions to your prescribed size.

Cons:
The preview function doesn't allow you to move the watermarks while in the live mode.

It is also not an ideal program for compressing or reducing pictures and work on 'file sizing', neither it is for them who don't have much space left on their site.

The app is also marked as an ad-supported program as it displays ad banners while running.

Kigo Image Converter sometimes demands for the system resources. Because of this the image processing takes longer time than usual and moreover it is going to cost you more on your resource. For example, processing a set of 70 photos may take away about 250 MB of RAM, but the processor would be peaking up the speed only about 50 per cent.

It also becomes impossible to move the watermarks freely across the images.

Wrap up


But to put everything together, Kigo Image Converter is definitely a software of worth because of its unique combination of features that is rarely found among the other image converters. The application has got some gains for its watermarking utilities and resizing tools. Apart from its ease of use, the rich option for large batch conversion of images it makes a great asset for every type of user, whether professional or non- professional. As a free program it is undoubtedly is a good choice, if we can forego the minor discomforts it may cause.


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