Batch Photo2Data URI

The application Batch Photo2Data URI easily converts images in a batch (bulk, massive) way to base64 (data uri, image2html) - - the ideal to use when embedding images into html pages. This application has 2 versions: the Installable Batch Photo2Data URI and the Portable Batch Photo2Data URI. Keywords: base64, data uri, image2html, image to html, image embed, batch image converter, bulk image converter, massive image converter, color reduction, quantizer.
BANNER IMAGE OF THE APP BATCH PHOTO2DATA URI - Easily converts images in a batch (bulk, massive) way to base64 (data uri, image2html) - the ideal to use when embedding images into html pages in a post-editing phase. One of its best features is being packed with excellent algorithms to enhance photos in an automatic way. One other feature worth mentioning is being packed with an excellent color-reduction (quantization) algorithm, which helps one into reducing the file size of images while maintaining their visual quality. The app is made available in the following 4 versions: Installable Batch Photo2Data URI Lite (batch-photo2data-uri-lite_installer.exe), Installable Batch Photo2Data URI Pro (batch-photo2data-uri-pro_installer.exe), Portable Batch Photo2Data URI Lite (batch-photo2data-uri-lite_portable-version-archive.zip), and Portable Batch Photo2Data URI Pro (batch-photo2data-uri-pro_portable-version-archive.zip).
The application Easy Photo Editor easily converts dull photos into good ones - the ideal for amateur photographers. This application has 2 versions: the Installable Easy Photo Editor and the Portable Easy Photo Editor. Keywords: quantizer, contrast, brightness, gamma, sharpen, converter, resizer, enhancer, photo.
BEFORE-AND-AFTER COMPOSITION - the original banner and the original composition have been created by the version 1.82 of my application Easy Photo Editor; the ones shown above are the result of color-reducing the original ones to, respectively, 160 and 240 colors, by use of the version 1.82 of my application Batch Photo Editor, so that their file sizes become smaller. You can find the original ones at both the app's banner gallery and my Flickr's gallery.