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Light Image Resizer is a straightforward solution to quickly resize multiple images at once to various preset sizes. Besides the fact that it is capable of processing multiple images at the same time, in batches, this tool also offers a fast processing speed, therefore it provides a really quick, time-saving solution to your image resizing needs.
BinaryMark Batch Image Resizer is a batch image resizer. Quickly resize a bunch of images in a few clicks. Easily resize, crop, flip, mirror, rotate, and resample multiple images in just one batch. You can change the value of width and height by either specifying new value in pixels or as a percentage of the original width and height.
Quick Image Resizer is a very handy and powerful utility for Windows that can help you resize any number of images quite easily and in just a few seconds. The program comes with a very user-friendly interface that lets you resize any image just by dragging and dropping it into the program’s window. You can also convert your images into BMP or PNG formats using this tool.
- Publisher: DzSoft, Ltd.
- Home page: www.dzsoft.com
- Last updated: October 8th, 2012
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Instantly resize, convert, and watermark a large batch of images at a time.
Mihov Image Resizer is a very handy utility for batch conversion and resizing of BMP, JPG and GIF images. You can resize any photo or image in two clicks. Mihov Image Resizer neither looks like other image optimizers and converters, nor works like them.
- Publisher: Miha Psenica
- Home page: www.mihov.com
- Last updated: January 5th, 2009
Prish Image Resizer - new “Power Toy” replacement for Windows Vista/7/XP allows you to resize images using the right-click menu. Right-clicking on an image (or a group of images) will bring up an extra two options - "Copy Picture" and "Prish Resizer".
- Publisher: Shahar Prish
- Home page: blogs.msdn.com
- Last updated: March 24th, 2008
With Multiple Image Resizer .NET, you can resize, add borders, add text, overlay images, crop, rotate and flip images.
- Flexible command line batch image processing scripting engine.
- Preview of unprocessed and processed images.
- Ability to save and load image processing settings
- Ability to alter the order in which batch processing features are applied to images.
MariusSoft Bulk Image Resizer is a complete solution that allows you to resize multiple images at the same time. The program enables you to add entire folders or single files for resizing. The application also offers three resize modes to choose from - namely, resize width, resize height, or resize both.
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Image Resizer for Windows offers an easy and convenient manner to resize numerous pictures with one single click. It's a clone of the Windows Resizer PowerToy that was available for Windows XP, and was designed to work with recent versions of Windows.
Batch Image Resizer can change the size of any amount of image files regardless of their type. It supports all the most popular formats, such as JPEG, TIFF, PNG, BMP, and GIF, and it comes with high-quality algorithms that allows for intelligent image resizing and cropping. This new version offers you the possibility of applying some useful color-related settings and various artistic effects.
AnyPic Image Resizer Pro allows you to resize, convert, and add watermark to hundreds of images in batch mode. It supports the most popular image formats: JPEG, BMP, TIFF, PNG, PSD, GIF, TGA, RAW, and almost all image formats.It's a fast and easy-to-use image conversion tool for both amateur and professional photographers to deal with digital photos.
Resize digital pictures and apply special effects easily and automatically. EvJO Photo-Image Resizer makes resizing multiple images as easy as downsampling a single one. Just select one or more pictures, drag and drop them onto EvJO Photo-Image Resizer, select your desired size and special effects to apply, and hit Convert to do the job.
Image Resizer is really fast.mage Resizer for Windows is a utility that lets you resize one or more selected image files directly from Windows Explorer by right-clicking. I created it so that modern Windows users could regain the joy they left behind with Microsoft's Image Resizer Powertoy for Windows XP.
-it is very effective so the users can resize a large number of pictures with little or no work at all
-it is very easy to use so even the next-door neighbor or his mom can use it without having to go through a special training
-it is small in size so it fits fit even on a digital camera memory drive and it still leaves space for pictures
- Publisher: Magic Project Software
- Home page: www.resizer.info
- Last updated: August 17th, 2012
Advanced Image resizer is a program to resize and convert your pictures. You will be able not only convert and resize images, but also create your own web gallery of images, set its auto renaming, place a text on the image, and so on.
It supports such popular formats as BMP, PNG, GIF, JPG etc.
- Publisher: Etrusoft Inc.
- Home page: www.etrusoft.com
- Last updated: July 25th, 2008
This is a handy application designed to help you convert, resize and rename images files rapidly. It's a fast and easy-to-use image conversion tool for both amateur and professional photographers who deal with digital photos. With one click your digital photos will be just right for the Web, blog, email, photo printing, Facebook, MySpace, mobile phone.
Ace Image Resizer is an efficient and simple tool. With this program, you can change the size of your existing images without distorting their original quality, and perform various other operations. It is compatible with most Windows operating systems.
This is a free image resizer that can easily resize images in bulk (all at once). It works in two ways, you can drag and drop your images into the Resizer’s window, or use the app from the Windows Explorer context menu, clicking “Send To” to send the images you wish to resize with the application.
- Publisher: PLiska
- Last updated: August 10th, 2012