Pixlr introduces Batch Editor, a new web application to simplify

Batch Editor by Pixlr

Pixlr (Pixlr Pte Ltd), a leading developer of photo editing and design tools, today announced the release of Pixlr Batch Editor, a new web application tool to simplify photo editing. This new launch allows photographers, freelance designers, social media users and the creative community to edit multiple images at once with Pixlr’s professional-grade batch processing tool.

Users can now add up to 50 images and edit them all at once using a simple one-click interface, speeding up the process of editing and creating images while maintaining the same vibrancy. , the same temperature, the same effects and more on all the selected images. Pixlr users will no longer have to do tedious work one by one with Batch Editor.

Plus, with this new web app tool, Pixlr users can access crop, resize, filters, and effects buttons at their fingertips. They can also find a good mix, save it as a macro, and use the same settings next time. These new features will save a lot of time and make photo editing less tedious and simple for everyone. With Batch Editor, there’s no steep learning curve and no design experience needed to produce quick yet professional edits.

Check out Pixlr’s Batch Editor today:

Pixlr Pte. ltd.
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Abigail Thien

Pixlr was introduced in August 2008 to make it easy for everyone to create, edit and share images online. Pixlr is a freemium platform leveraging AI and machine learning to revolutionize content creation. Pixlr is used by nearly 10 million users per month, with its mobile apps having been downloaded more than 130 million times since its launch.

INMAGINE is a creative ecosystem powered by design, technological innovation and entrepreneurship. Our mission is to make design smarter, faster, and easier for everyone by using artificial intelligence and data analytics to simplify the creative process. Our main brands include 123RF.com, Pixlr.com, Designs.ai, Thehungryjpeg.com

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