Kigo Image Converter FAQs
Kigo Image Converter is a freeware which can convert images between major graphic formats such as Windows Bitmap (.BMP), JPEG (.JPG), JPEG 2000 (.J2K), JPC (.jPC), PNG (.PNG), TIFF (.TIF, .TIFF), TGA (.TGA), PCX (.PCX) and PNM (.PNM).
Kigo Image Converter can also be used as a thumbnail maker and watermark maker. Moreover, you can scale all images to the same size.
Questions and Answers
1.Is it a freeware or charged software?
It is a freeware and you can use it without any limitations.
2. What features does it have?
- Easy to use just by drag
- Browse image thumbnails
- Add watermark to images
- Preview images with watermark
- Convert images to any major graphic format
- Does it require technical skills?
No, it doesn't require any technical skill, because it has an intuitive and user-friendly interface, and you can use it quickly and well.
4. What formats does the software support?
The current version supports Windows Bitmap (.BMP), JPEG (.JPG), JPEG 2000 (.J2K), JPC (.JPC), PNG (.PNG), TIFF (.TIF, .TIFF), TGA (.TGA), PCX (.PCX) and PNM (.PNM).
5. Can I convert images by batch?
Yes, you can. Kigo Image Converter fully supports batch conversion. You can add more than one image file to the file list at a time and convert them all to the selected format at the same time.
6. Can I set the output image size to make thumbnails?
Yes, you can. In Size page, you can fill the size factor to zoom the image, or fill the exact width and height of image by piex to resize the image.
7. Can I add watermark to images?
Yes, you can add watermark to all image files at the same time. Beside text, the new version also allows you to add image to pictures as watermark. You can set the font of the text and the alignment to place watermark.
8. Can I preview images with watermark?
Yes, you can. There is a Preview button on Watermark page, and you can preview images with watermark after finishing watermark settings.
9. Which output format is the best to get smaller size with better quality?
JPG format. BMP format doesn't use any compression and results in large file size. TIFF format uses lossless compression and maintains the original color and level of image, but it takes up a lot of space. Compared with BMP and TIFF, JPG supports the highest level of compression and JPG images are with better quality.
10.What are the system requirements?
To install and use Kigo Image Converter, the following system requirements are necessary:
- Windows XP or later version
- 700 MHz processor
- 256 megabytes (MB) or higher of RAM
- 2M of available hard-disk space or higher
- XGA (1024x768) or higher resolution monitor
11.What should I do when I have problems when using it?
When you have problems when using it, you can search for relevant information in Help document, or visit our website to know more about Kigo Image Converter.
You can also write emails to our support center: firstname.lastname@example.org