How to change image size with a image reducer software
We can reduce image size with almost any image editor, but
this is a labor intensive task sice we need to resize each
image individually. To substantially reduce the time required
for resizing multiple images we can use a specially designed
software: a batch image reducer program.
BatchPhoto (Win & Mac OS X) is an image size reducer tool capable of reducing
the size of hundreds of images in one operation and very fast.
The program also allows you to change the image compression for
a smaller file size as well as the output image format (e.g.
JPEG, PNG, TIFF, GIF and more).
With BatchPhoto you can not only change image sizes but also
rename the images with meaningful names, add comments, date/time
and much more. The program is designed with productivity and
ease-of-use in mind so you can save your settings for later use
and even apply them directly from Windows® Explorer's
No matter if you need to reduce image sizes for uploading
online, for sending via email or just for saving space on your
storage devices, BatchPhoto is the right tool for the job.
We offer you a free trial (without any obligations or hidden
adware/spyware) so you can see for yourself if BatchPhoto is the
right tool for the task at hand!
Need more functionality? BatchPhoto is not limited to
reducing image sizes, it can also annotate, transform and
convert images as well as apply special effects like sepia and
black & white. So BatchPhoto is much more than an image size
Note: BatchPhoto works on Windows® 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, and XP as well as Mac OS X® Yosemite (10.10), Mavericks (10.9), Mountain Lion (10.8), and Lion (10.7).
BatchPhoto is designed to be easy to use. Its user interface is organized
as a three-step wizard as you can see below:
Mac OS X
Softpedia guarantees that Batch Photo is 100% CLEAN
We are developing an English Foreign Language program web site for the Japanese market. It has 26 (A-Z) pages each featuring thumbnails and large images. In total over 700. Photoshop could not reduce the file size anywhere near what BatchPhoto does. Also can you imagine how long it would have taken me? To achieve what I wanted took about 30 minutes in total - including using filters etc. It is such a good program! Congratulations!