Hi guys, do you know any free software to resize many images at same time?

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cooledition
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Thats it, i’m looking for a software to resize many pictures at same time, it must be free, quick and easy to use.

Any suggestion?

oh, and it must be for Windows

Thanks in advance

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contrastblack
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yes, look for Shrink-O-Matic, an Adobe Air standalone app, works great exactly for that, allowing quality / dimension batch modification, and it saves out copies, instead of overwriting. Check it out here

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cooledition
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Thats great, thank you so much, i will try it now

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rRomila
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@contrastblack,, Thnx very helpful..

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you’re welcome guys :)

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dekurvajo
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To enlarge, use a cinema screen, to reduce use a macbook pro, for thumbnails use an iPhone :D just joking….

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RyanRon
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Hey friends if you are looking for batch image converter then I have recommended you “ReaConverter”. I have great experience of working with ReaConverter. It does prove really very helpful for me while I have a bunch of images and I need to convert and resize all of them. With the help of ReaConverter can convert them all at once.

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peacesinalo
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photoshop should be able to do that (goto file > script > image processor), or you can use adobe lightroom

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clarkedesign
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I’ve been using MIR (Multiple IMage resizer) for ages http://www.multipleimageresizer.net/

The interface isn’t pretty but it’s got a great many options and is mighty fast.

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env1ro
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I use always a batch in IrfanView. A lot of adjustments you can set in batch process & you can rename images with custom indexing etc.

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