People are usually inclined towards simple and user-friendly tools when it comes to photo editing, and when a photo editor is available for free, and provides plentiful options and features – the offer gets a lot more appealing. If you have a bunch of photos that you want to resize or apply various color adjustments in one go, then ImgTransformer
is probably just what you need. Most image resizers only give you a couple of options aside from resizing photos, but ImgTransformer is a one stop shop that lets you change output format, manipulate color depth, add watermarks, make various color adjustments (and so on) to photos in bulk.
If you have got multiple photos at your disposal and you want to resize them to a specific size, then it would be downright foolish to resize each image one by one. Alternatively, you can try image resizers, specifically designed to perform the said task in batch. Last year, we covered a batch image converter named Photo Magician, which could be used to apply multiple predefined configuration profiles
, based on resolution and device, to the image conversion process. Even though quite useful, the application was limited in the sense that you could not save custom configuration profiles. Well, i found this great new software, which might sort this out. Labelled as ImBatch
- it's a batch image resizing and renaming application that lets you create and save multiple conversion tasks. You can define the Width, Height, DPI, File Name, File Type, Folder
etc. of a conversion task, and save it to use it later on another batch of images. ImBatch can handle a massive number of image formats such has BMP, PNG, RLE, TIF, TIFF, GIF, JPEG etc.
is a free application that can perform multiple operations over images in bulk. It let user easily rotate, flip, resize and change output file format of all the specified images. The best part is that you can assign different actions to be performed over selected images, which mean that you wont require to perform same set of operations over all the images, just select image(s) from the list and specify an operation to be performed exclusively.
Every now and then, we need to perform multiple operations over enormous image set. Most of the times, batch conversion is needed, or bulk resizing with watermarking is required. Considering this immediate need, ImageBatch
is a simple yet powerful portable tool which is designed to do multiple batch operations over images, some of which includes; resizing images, text watermarking, picture watermarking, flip, rotate, and crop images, etc. It supports all the eminent image file formats like; PNG, JPEG, GIF, and BMP.
Image converters and manifold, with every new product claiming to do wonders. They also offer a rich set of features and formats, and with Windows 7 even the built-in MS Paint application allows basic image conversion (scaling down size, changing format etc). However, most of these solutions require a lot of manual processing. What if you have a collection of thousands of pictures? What is the easiest solution?
Digital Photo Frames are getting very popular nowadays, they can also be frustrating sometimes due to lack of functionality. If your photo frame supports a SD card, USB stick, or any other type of memory card, and doesn’t have the ability to stream photos directly from your computer over WiFi, you must be frustrated loading new photos(resizing and copying them manually). Read More
Image Resizer is a small utility from the same developer who bought you QuickTunes. It lets user resize the image and save it in JPG-format with medium level compression. Since it doesn’t include any advanced functionality, the basic usage is to resize and compress the images so that they can be uploaded to Facebook, Picasa, or send via Email. Read More