PearlMountain Image Converter


I had never heard of this application before I won it from a giveaway on a blog. It is only for Windows machines. Sorry Mac users…

This really is a very useful application if you don’t already have something in place. As you can see you can convert images to just about any image type you would ever need. You drag the image in to the box on the right, or you can search for it and select it manually. Choose what you want the image converter to do – like convert png to jpg – and click start. It’s that easy.

I used it to make a thumbnail of a photo under the Resize option in the menu.

You can do Image or Text Watermarks.

You can make adjustments to your images, and you can select borders and do cropping as well.

This really is a great little app!

What image editors / converters do you use and why?

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  1. Laura G. says:

    Looks like a handy app for Windows users who don't own anything Adobe. I've been using Photoshop for over 15 years and am now a slave – I mean devotee – of Creative Suite. For the macs out there like myself who don't need the power or the expense CS, Adapter by Macroplant is an excellent free alternative. Adapter also runs on Kindle Fire.

    • Geek Girl says:

      –Apple-Mail=_B1706E26-0E4F-4185-8A63-E1F8A6A28443 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/html; charset=us-ascii Thank you for recommendations… oh Photoshop devotee. 🙂 I am a big fan of free stuff and I am sure some of my readers are as well.Cheryl TherrienBlogger

  2. projectwhitespace says:

    Oh wow! I have never heard of this either. Is it expensive? I guess you might not know since you won it. 🙂 I can see this being very handy. I should look it up.

    • Geek Girl says:

      I just checked their site. It is normally $40 and on sale for $30, round numbers.

  3. findingourwaynow says:

    Crap. Why couldn't they have created this for Mac as well. This looks like a very cool app. Oh well have it all. huh. The image editors or converters i use are usually Apple apps and do the job pretty well. 🙂

    • Geek Girl says:

      If I remember correctly, you only have Apple/Mac machines. Good thing I had a Windows machine to try this on or winning it would have been pointless. 🙂

  4. Matthew says:

    Hey – Easy Batch Photo For Mac does everything that Pearl does – except cropping which you can do in Preview or any image editor – details here –

  5. Cheryl, thanks for sharing a pretty handy app and I look forward to using it.