Help and Tips
Tips regarding Photoscape, a photo viewer / editor for Windows with support for batch processing.
#1: Print Calendar, Graph, Ruled, Staff Paper
When only a sheet or two of lined paper is needed, PhotoScape may help.
#2: Splitting Images into Smaller Pieces
PhotoScape can split images into smaller pieces, useful when transferring larger images and user download speed is a concern.
#3: Download the Free Photoscape Software to View and Edit Digital Photos
Photoscape lets you edit digital photos, supporting batch processing and renaming. You can also perform screen captures, create photo collages, and print pages of thumbnails.
#4: Batch Rename Your Digital Photos
PhotoScape can batch rename photos by adding prefixes and suffixes, auto-incrementing numbers, and/or dates and times.
#5: Add Frames or Borders to Make Photos Stand Out
Give photographs rounded or straight borders, or choose from many decorative custom frames.
#6: Remove EXIF Information Before Distributing Pictures
If you want to keep information about how you took particular photos private, use PhotoScape to delete the EXIF information.
#7: Set a Picture as the Desktop Wallpaper
Use Photoscape's Viewer to choose a Desktop wallpaper.
#8: Create Your Own "Vintage" Photos
Make your photos look like they have been around for many decades with a Photoscape effect.
#9: Perform a Full Screen, Region, or Window Screen Capture
Capture part or all of the screen with Photoscape and edit the captured image if needed.
#10: Disable the Circular Menu
Force Photoscape to use a more-conventional menu design rather than the circular menu.
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