Resizing images and misc

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jays

Thu May 14, 2009 12:59 pm

If you had an option to resize and also change page size, with option to fill with color (i.e. take portrait photo, resize to 960 X 720, maintain aspect ratio,... gets you to 540 X 720, then page resize to 960 X 720, do not maintain aspect ration, center, fill remaining with selected color). Basically gets me a 960 X 720 picture, with my portrait picture re-sized to 540 X 720, centered with the right and left edges filled with selected color). If you can do this I would buy the tool.

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Thu May 14, 2009 4:06 pm

Hello,

You can resize, adjust page size and maintain aspect ratio with Resize Advanced (from Transform category). If you want to resize and maintain landscape/portrait proper dimensions you can use the Resize filter.

For filling with a color, you can use the Border filter (from Effects).

You can try BatchPhoto fully featured for 30 days with a 5-photo per session limit, from:
http://www.batchphoto.com/

donf-sj

Sat Aug 08, 2009 3:46 pm

SIMPLE task: I want to crop pics for 4x6 prints, then stamp the date; can you help?!?

Thanks,
Don

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Wed Aug 12, 2009 10:38 am

Hello,

With BatchPhoto you can crop pictures based on dimensions expressed in pixels or percents. If you want to crop to 4x6 inches you need to know the DPI of your pictures then crop a rectangle with width = 6 * DPI and height = 4 * dpi expressed in pixels.

Adding the date is as simple as adding the Add Date filter in Step 2.

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Cosmin Unguru
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Mike Cosmin Unguru
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Thu Mar 04, 2010 11:07 pm

When I resize and add a date to a batch of images, (usually between 600 to 700 each batch), the font size will revert to font 20 on some images. Why is that and what can I do about it?

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Fri Mar 05, 2010 8:26 am

Dear mkwhisenant,

I believe that you see different font sizes in the 600-700 batch because not all of the pictures have the same size/resolution (e.g. 1600x1200). The font has a fixed pixel size so it will appear larger on the smaller sized images and smaller on the larger images.

The solution will be to group your images based on image resolution/size and apply a different font size for each batch. We are looking into this and hope to find a solution for the future versions to ease your work.

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Cosmin
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Mike Cosmin Unguru
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