The AKVIS programs support the Batch Processing feature that lets you automatically apply the same settings to a series of images and saves you time and efforts.
It is extremely useful when creating a number of illustrations at the same style for a blog or a booklet, when correcting similar defects on pictures, or when processing all frames of video.
All you need to do is to create a Preset in the AKVIS program (or use one of the AKVIS built-in presets) and apply it to a folder with your pictures.
Follow these steps (take AKVIS OilPaint for an example):
Here you can adjust the options to process the images with one of the presets.
In the Source Folder field choose the folder which contains the photos to be processed.
In the Target Folder choose the folder where the processed photos will be saved.
You can check Include All Subfolders to process all images in all subfolders of the selected folder (keeping the structure).
Next, select your Preset, and choose the format and image quality of the saved files in the Save As list.
In the File Name field, specify the names of the output files:
Source Name - the processed files will be saved with their original names.
Add Suffix - the specified character set will be added to the original names.
New Name - the names of all files will be replaced with the specified name with the addition of a sequence number.
Press Start to run batch processing of the pictures.