Retrobatch is a flexible batch image processing tool.
- Flexible: A node based batch image processor means you can mix, match, and combine different operations together to make the perfect workflow.
- Super Charged: A node for every operation, from changing DPI to rotation to Machine Learning to custom behaviors with AppleScript. Optimize your images for fast delivery over the Internet.
- Batch: Process one image or thousands of images, with support for reading and writing common file formats, creating multiple inputs and multiple outputs.
What’s New in Retrobatch
- Create indexed PNG files with the a new “Indexed PNG” node. This node builds on top of pngquant, which is a handy tool for reducing the number of colors in a PNG file resulting in smaller images.
- New node for Retrobatch Pro: Mask to Alpha, which converts grayscale images with blacks to transparent and keeps the white areas opaque.
- MacOS 10.13+: A new “Extract Disparity Image” node which will pull out a disparity map images which contain it (iPhone X(s), iPhone 8+, etc.)
- MacOS 10.14+: A new “Extract Portrait Matte” node which will pull out the portrait matte on images taken iPhones which support it (iPhone X(s), iPhone 8+, etc.)
- Fixed a problem where the DPI of a PNG would be lost when using the Crush option in the write node.
- Fixed a problem where Retrobatch could crash if a text watermark font previously used went missing.
- Fixed a problem where the Page Splitter node wasn’t remembering the right DPI for TIFF files.
- Fixed a problem with the HEIC to JPEG template.
- Fixed a problem where Retrobatch wouldn’t run via the command line tool correctly.
- Fixed a problem where Retrobatch could hang when running via Folder Actions.
- The scale node now takes decimal values for the scale as percentage field.
- Removed the “ImageAlpha” node, in favor of the “Indexed PNG” node.
Requirements for Retrobatch
- Intel, 64-bit processor
- macOS 10.12 or later