BatchPhoto is designed to work with several photos at once, letting
you edit, resize, and rename the files–even apply special effects.
Useful online tutorials teach you the basics as well as advanced
processes, though the wizard-based interface is simple to use.
With BatchPhoto Lite you can resize and rename image files and
perform a few edits; the program works with .jpg, .png, .bmp, .gif,
and .pcx. This program is fairly limited in scope, but costs only
More advanced versions–BatchPhoto Home and Pro–add more
functionality, letting you crop and rotate photos, do more advanced
editing such as fixing color balance, and work with a larger range
of file formats. The Home version is $30; Pro is $50.
This free preview version of BatchPhoto Lite is useful for
resizing and renaming photos, but the preview function is not
available–so its editing features aren’t terribly helpful.