If you have ever needed to re-size multiple pictures for your web page, then Batch Image Resizer is for you. With Batch Image Resizer, you can resize, rotate, add a transparent border, and save pictures with an icon preview. Best of all, it uses batch mode processing - so you can manipulate multiple pictures at once. You can save the pictures in several different formats as well. You can fit the images to a box, resize by the longest side, save in PNG, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, and BMP format. You can even extract the first page of a PDF document, convert it to an image, and resize it. Batch Image Resizer now allows you to watermark your pictures and also rename them using a variety of naming patterns. The majority of the commonly used settings are in the main window, and the app "remembers" all of your previous settings. If you have a commonly used method for uploading and watermarking photos to a website, this app will make your life a breeze because once all of your settings are saved, you can literally drag, drop, resize, watermark all in one step.
What is new in this release:
- Upgraded for 64Bit.
- High Sierra Ready.
What is new in version 1.6.1:
- Fixed an issue where some files with a forward slash in the name would not be resized properly.
- Improved handling of resolution adjustments (DPI settings) to make it more reliable.
You can resize up to 3 images at a time.