Multiple Image Resizer .NET

Multiple Image Resizer .NET



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image processing tool Multiple Image Resizer .NET is an easy to use image processing tool, that allows you to process individual images or entire folders of images at once. You can resize, crop, add borders, overlay text and/or rotate and flip images and dynamically preview the results for each. The processed files are saved to a new, user-specified directory and can optionally be renamed to a combination of the original name and/or numbers. Multiple Image Resizer .NET supports a variety of input and output image formats including BMP, JPG, GIF, TIFF, EXIF, PNG, EMF, ICO and WMF and allows you to convert the images at the same time they are processed. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Product Details

Publisher Acumen Business Systems Ltd Price Free
Version 4.5.2.1  history Last updated Apr 13, 2015
File Size 11.5 Mb Requirements .NET Framework 4.5

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Latest user reviews:

Very important feature is missing 3 stars by alexandis57 Jun 07, 2015
Even though I would recommend this software to others, there is one missing feature, that made it useless for my case and I have removed this application. I'll explain. I have a complex subfolder image structure. Among all images, I have ones which are very large by resolution. I consider it senseless to store such big images, so I want to resize them to 4MPx. But at the same time, I have some images, already resized or smaller than intended - I do not want to touch them. To make a story short, I've made a scan of whole root folder. Then, in top list of all found images I sorted them descending by resolution. This way I have found the ones I want to convert in the top. So far so good. BUT! I've been disappointed to find out, that I cannot multi-select some of those and apply conversion to this subset... Also, there is no option to indicate not to touch images, which are already smaller than i want to get. So, they won't be touched by default or they will be upscaled?? show Review details
Easy 5 stars by gimpguy Nov 04, 2012 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
It's very easy to use, you tab through your options, output is fast, does a great job batching the images, a definite keeper. show Review details
Great program 5 stars by Laguna Feb 19, 2008
This program has many useful features. I love the Scale by Largest Dimension, which causes the image to be scaled by it largest dimension. Now I don't have to separate photos by landscape or portrait. I've tried a number of different programs, but now have all of the features I need, Multiple Image Resizer does. Great program. show Review details
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