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??
It's very easy to use, you tab through your options, output is fast, does a great job batching the images, a definite keeper.
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.
Batch crops better than anything else-take a little practice but well worth the effort-only negative is that bmp to gif conversion is just ok.
Excellent program, nice interface, very fast. I'm not sure the image preview updates properly though - changing the "add text" settings doesn't seem to be reflected in the preview when I click to refresh.
Version 1.0.1987.16260 does give the option to preserve the EXIF data.
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