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    Resize Images using PIXresizer


    I have found lot of freeware tools and web services which offer image resizing and image conversion.

    Today, I found a tool. I liked it and would like to share with you.

    PIXresizer, a free photos resizer

    With this you can easily create web and e-mail friendly versions of your images with reduced file sizes. It can automatically recognize image sizes to calculate the best fit and supports popular image formats like JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG and TIFF.

    When you resize an image, the new re sized image is saved in a different folder leaving the original image unchanged. It offers lot of resizing methods to choose from and can automatically recognize image sizes to calculate the best fit.

    It has also a conversion in-built which can convert images to these formats (JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG and TIFF), rotate images, convert to grayscale and resize multiple images in batch mode.

    I found this very useful especially when i put images in the blog posts. The feature i like the most is Resize images in bulk
    Resize Images using Pix Resizer

    PIXresizer Features

    • Simple Four-Step Workflow
    • Easy ‘Apply recommended’ option to make it even more user friendly
    • Works with single files as well as with multiple files all at once
    • Option to convert between graphics formats (.bmp, .gif, .jpg, .png, and .tif)
    • Can be used to create thumbnails (takes one move on a slider)
    • Smart Ratio Calculation (image proportions can be overruled by the user)
    • EXIF support, JPEG compression, TIFF compression, DPI settings
    • Runs on Windows 98/ME/NT4/2000/2003/XP/Vista

    Download PIXresizer

    If you know any other tool, Do share it.

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    8 Comments

    1. Good one, for quick resize of images use the web service

    2. Lyndi says:

      I maintain a photo community website where people are allowed to upload their own photos for display on the site. Images that are far too large are always being uploaded and this is slowly becoming a nightmare. I will check this one out and then I could recommend that people first re-size on something like this before uploading to the site. Thanks.

    3. I don’t know how many image editing apps I have tried so far and deleted 😆 Let me add this one too…

      I used GIMP at the moment which is very powerful but very bad in terms of usability.

    4. Design Miami says:

      Nie find, thanks. I hate resizing pics – paint can’t do it well enough (scratch that: it can’t do it at all) and photoshop works exremely slow on laptop. I’ll need to bookmark this.

    5. Nihar says:

      @Design Miami, Thanks. I am happy that you found this useful.

    6. how to write good says:

      This is very useful! I used to resize pictures on MSPAINT one by one! hahaha

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