The program lets you resize a group of images to adjust them to the same format, rotate a series of vertical pictures and make them horizontal, or rename the files inside a folder so they have the same string in the name.
Obviously you can also change the format of the selected files to any of the most popular file types (JPG, PNG, BMP, GIF, PDF, TIFF...), crop images, and even apply some effects such as grayscale, blur, red eye removal, and tons more. You can also include watermarks in either text or image format and even add the date if you want.
The program interface is specifically designed to be easy to work with. Converting dozens of images to the format you want is as easy as selecting them and clicking. The formats supported by the program aren't just a few, either: BMP, JPG, GIF, TIFF, TGA, PNG, ICO, PDF, PDF/A, PSD, WMF, EMF, JBIG, JBIG2, WBMP, PICT, PCT, JNG, JPEG 2000, PIC, ICB, VDA, VST, PDD, WAP, WBM, EXR, PNM, PBM, PGM, PPM, XPM, CUR, CUT, DDS, DIB, FAX, HDR, IFF, BIE, JBG, JB2, JIF, KOA, LBM, MNG, PCD, PCX, PFM, PGM, RAS, SGI, RLE, XBM, EXIF, and JTIF. You can even work with the RAW formats of Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Kodak, Pentax, or Panasonic cameras, among other brands.
Photopus Pro is a super useful picture editing tool. Although the program may not be the best when working with one or two pictures, it does stand out when working with files in bulk.
The test version only allows you to use the program a total of eight times.