With Photoscape, you can add as many photos as you want to the batch editor and then you can apply the same frame to all of the photos in that batch. In this guide, I am going to walk you through the steps of opening your photos in the batch editor and applying frames to the batch of photos.
Open Photoscape and click the Batch Editor option on the interface. If you already had your Photoscape program open, you can click the Batch Editor tab at the top of your program to open it.
Once you have the batch editor open, you will need to add your photos to the middle panel. Click the folder in the top, left panel with the photos you want to use. Then click the photos in the bottom panel and drag them to the center panel. Once you have all of your photos added to the center panel, you can move on. Every time you add a new photo, you will see that photo, but the names of the photos will be in the top panel. You can click a name in the top panel to view the photo in the middle panel.
You are now ready to apply a frame to your photos. On the right side of your Photoscape program, you will need to locate the Frame box. It should be near the top of the panel. If you are not seeing the frame box, you may need to click the Home tab. If you don’t see the frame box, then you probably aren’t in the Home tab.
Once you find the frames box, click the arrow to open it. A box will drop down and you will need to browse through the frames and find the one you want to apply to the batch of photos. Once you find the frame, click it and you will see it applied to the photo in the middle panel. This is how the frame will look on all of the photos. You can change the frame if you are not satisfied by clicking the Frame box again and selecting another frame.
When you are finished framing your batch of photos, you can click the Save button to save your changes.