How to install Converseen Batch Image Converter and Resizer on Ubuntu

Converseen is a free open source batch image converter and resizer for Linux, Windows and FreeBSD. It uses Magick++ image libraries and supports more than 101 image formats. Using Converseenyou can convert multiple or single image, resize,rotate,flip multiple or single image and compress your images for your website.You can also convert pdf file to images and rename bulk images.It is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

Install Converseen Batch Image Converter and Resizer on Ubuntu

If you want to install the latest version of Converseen Batch Image Converter and Resizer on Ubuntu, use the official PPA. Open your terminal app by searching terminal in ubuntu dash and execure the below command

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/apps

Then type your ubuntu password. And hit enter key confirm the Converseen PPA installation.Then type the below command in terminal and hit enter.

sudo apt-get update

Then run the below command in terminal to install Converseen on ubuntu.

sudo apt-get install converseen

Type Y and hit enter to confirm the installation. After the successful installation of Converseen restart your pc. Type the below command in terminal app to start Converseen on ubuntu.


You can also open it from Ubuntu Dash home from unity launcher. Just type converseen in the search field. Then click converseen to open it.

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