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resize images online.
A better solution in this case will be to just specify the
desired dimensions and then have all our pics resized in one go.
This is exactly the idea behind BatchPhoto. BatchPhoto can edit
multiple pictures at the same time, be it to resize, rename,
annotate with date/time, comments or watermarks, or even to
touch-up and add graphical effects!
BatchPhoto is designed as an intuitive three-step wizard but also
provides extensive options. For example, you have complete control
over the process of resizing pictures by selecting the size either
in pixels or percentages, the desired output format (e.g. JPG, PNG)
and compression level. Additionally, the program handles landscape as
well as portrait pictures intelligently, based on your imposed settings.
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!
So BatchPhoto is designed to save time by handling dozens or
even hundreds of pictures at once and additionally,
multiple operations can be performed in one session. For example
you can resize, rename and add date/time stamps to dozens of
pictures, all at the same time!
Learn more about resizing pictures
Note: BatchPhoto works on Windows® 8, 7, Vista, and XP as well as Mac® OS X Mountain Lion (10.8), Lion (10.7) and Snow Leopard (10.6).
BatchPhoto is designed to be easy to use. Its user-interface is organized
as a three-step wizard as you can see below:
BatchPhoto offers a unique twist that should help users change their
snapshots in a hurry.
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.
BatchPhoto is very easy to use, fast and reliable. Add the facts that its
interface won't hurt your eyes at all, settings and profiles can be easily
saved and loaded as needed and the documentation, although small in size,
can prove quite useful, and you shall have the truth.