Change Picture Size With a Batch Image Size Reducer
With our digital cameras we are no longer restricted to a limited number of
photos or to share those pictures in classic photo albums. We can now take
hundreds or even thousands of pictures and share them easily on photo
If you are trigger happy like I am, you are facing the problem of
having hundreds or even thousands of photos to share.
Handling so many photos at very high resolutions and huge file sizes
is a bit daunting. Size matters when uploading photos online, so this
is why changing pictures' size before uploading is highly recommended.
You can change image size, for one image at a time with any image
editor program, but if you have dozens or hundreds of pictures you
need to use a batch picture sizer software.
You can easily change picture size with BatchPhoto, the program is a
picture size reducer for Windows® and Mac® OS X, designed to be easy to use yet powerful.
BatchPhoto can reduce picture size for dozens of pics in one
operation, save settings for later use and even perform all
operations easily from Windows® Explorer's right-click menu!
But why not try for free the fully-featured trial version of
BatchPhoto and see if it's the right tool for you? To download
the trial just left-click on the "Try it Free" button below!
BatchPhoto has even more useful feature to help you keep your
photo collection in shape. Besides changing picture size fast it can:
rename your images with meaningful names, annotate your photos
with date/time, comments and even transparent watermarks. It
also has special effects that can be applied on jpegs, like:
sepia, black & white, charcoal and more. So BatchPhoto is more,
much more than a picture reducer it is an all-in-one tool
for your picture collection!
Change Photo/Image Size
We can reduce photo sizes with BatchPhoto by selecting new
dimensions for the width and height of our pictures either in
pixels or percentages (relative to the previous picture's
sizes). We can chose to keep the original picture's aspect ratio
or just alter it. BatchPhoto will reduce the landscape and
portrait photos automatically following your specifications.
Learn more from the following articles:
With BatchPhoto we can shrink pictures by reducing the
picture's dimensions (width and height) and/or by compressing
the images better, both actions will result in a smaller file
size. The images can be compressed when using an image format
that supports compression, like: JPEG, TIFF, PNG. For more
details, take a look at the following articles:
Have a multitude of images in various formats like JPEG, PNG,
GIF or TIFF and need to resize and compress them to optimal
sizes? Almost any image editor can do that but the average editor
handles pictures one at a time and to resize dozens of JPGs will
take some time.
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
BatchPhoto is one of the easiest ways to mass edit your pictures on Windows or Mac. [...]
BatchPhoto‘s first detail worth appreciating is a very user-friendly interface.
Each element of the UI is very clean and defined, and it’s difficult to get lost in the design.
With a very simple wizard driven interface, BatchPhoto offers far more
than the usual batch processing operations, including an impressive range
of filters and effects you can add to your shots [...] If you are taking
your digital photography seriously, you will appreciate the time saved
and the power of BatchPhoto.
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The excellent time-saving approach to batch image processing.
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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!