Image Assistant is a program that helps you quickly prepare your images for web publishing or distribution. You can add your images one by one, or select a folder/partition, and the program will optionally search subdirectories for the image formats that you specify.
Despite being small in size, the program is rich in functions and options: it can do batch image resizing to your specified percentage so the images are not distorted, or to a specific width and height. In addition, you can insert your copyright information as text, which will enable you to protect your images from theft. Additionally, you can apply any regular picture as a watermark. In all cases, you will be able to preview your images one by one before processing.
Red-eye effect can be easily removed from photographs with just one mouse click using the excellent red-eye correction feature of this program. Batch color manipulation cannot be easier, either: hue, saturation, color balance, blur, sharpness, tint, and many more options can be adjusted for all of your image collection.
The program's developers didn't fail to add a handy system utility: you can configure the program to set a fixed prefix or suffix for your output images, and auto-number file names. Furthermore, the program can convert your images into all the major image formats, such as JPG, GIF, BMP, and PNG.
The program will allow you to do bulk operations, including changing image dimensions, adding watermarks, and adjusting different color properties. Processed images will have the "Demo" logo if you use an unregistered copy of the program.
If you are planing to publish your images online, the program can generate HTML code of the index web page for your images.