Target size (in kilobytes) of final resized photo

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jmlebrun

Thu Nov 24, 2011 5:38 pm

Hello BatchPhoto Team,
You have a great product and I've been using it for about a year. Love to use it. The new version is fast and terrific to use. I get great results.

The only suggestion I would do to the resize function is that a "target size", in kilobytes, should be available.

I currently use the Advance Resize to shrink my camera-original 4.60 megabyte photos 4288 X 2848 @ 300dpi, to a mere 800px across @72dpi.

I would love to be able to tell the software to, always, batch-shrink the original photos to 800px across @72dpi ... but have a dial-a-final-kilobyte feature. For example, have the software resize to a 100Kb size... or 200Kb. Aiming for a "target size" would be awesome and would make the final photos email-able.
Love the software... Keep up the wonderful work.

Vali
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Fri Nov 25, 2011 12:26 pm

Dear user,

Thank you for the nice words, greatly appreciated!

Actually, this feature has been implemented since version 2.8 but it may not be so obvious.

In Step 3 select JPG (only this format supports fixed image sizes) as the Output Format then press the Settings button. There you can check "Fixed Size (KB)" and enter a desired value in KB (1 MB = 1024 KB).

Please note that processing you photos to a fixed image size will take longer to process since BatchPhoto will try different compressions in order to target your desired file size.
Regards,
Valentin Firan
BatchPhoto Team

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