ImageMagick Bitmap is a software suite for editing, composing, creating or transforming images. It can read and write images in various formats (over 100), including DPX, XR, GIF, JPEG, JPEG-29, PDF, PhotosCD, PNG, PostScript, SVG, and TIFF. Use graphical to resize, flip, mirror, rotate, distort, shear and transform, adjust the color of the image, apply various special effects, or line curves for text, lines, polygons, ellipses, and strings. ImageMagick’s functionality is usually used from the command line or you can use features from programs written in the language of your better choice. If you are accustomed to regular Windows Photo Editors, the idea of working with images from the command line may seem a bit strange, but the technique has its benefits. Once you have the command to perform such as say, convert a flat 2D label to a 3D object with the texture and color you need, then repeat it when you can choose on other images and achieve the same result. Almost immediately.