At this step you can apply the filename template, choose the destination directory, change the way your multipage files will be processed, adjust overwriting of converted files. This is the filename template
The file name template.
The basic renaming rules include:
- Prefix. To add prefix/suffix to filename click plus on the right side and choose an appropriate option. It will appear before the name of every file.
- Suffix. To add suffix to filename click plus on the right side and choose an appropriate option. It will appear after the name of every of file.
- Radical. This will be a central part of a filename. Click plus on the right side and choose an appropriate option. It will appear in the middle of every file.
- Changing case of file name. To save files with lower/upper case of file name point UPPER/lower at the Change case area.
A prefix and/or a suffix and a radical can be specified for inclusion to the converted file name. There are following options as well as date and time strings in several formats:
- Filename - includes the filename of the original file
- Counter - includes the number of this file in process queue
- Original ext - includes the extension of the original file
- File index - includes the number of this file in queue
Here you can set the output directory, all processed files will be placed there.
- Same as a source - if checked, places output files to the same directory as source.
Save multi-page files
Changes the way multi-page files are proceed:
- Each frame in a new file - create a separate JPEG file for every page of a multi-page file.
- First frame - saves only the first page of a multi-page file.
- Last frame - saves only the last page of a multi-page file.
- Detailed progress log - Shows the following window while converting files:
Saving the result
- Open Jpeg settings and Batch process bar.
- Select Jpeg settings tab and customize the Output format settings.
- Click Save.