iResize
iResize 3.2.6
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iResize can resize, compress, and save as JPEG at 72dpi the image files (8-bit) GIF, JPEG, PICT, PNG, TIFF, and PSD.

Here are some key features of iResize:
  • New and streamlined interface
  • Easy and fast
  • Check before resizing with the new JPEG compression/quality preview
  • Rename and sequential numbering of the resized images, and/or
  • Add some text (example: -small) at the end of the file name
  • Handles accented characters (ü,ç etc.) in the file names
  • Rotation of single or multiple images
What's New
New in version 3.2.6:
  • Added Spanish localization (thanks to Javier Ibarz Verdún)
Requirements
Intel/PPC, OS X 10.4 or later



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iResize User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 3.x:
(15)
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Overall:
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DobaKung reviewed on 01 Mar 2014
It has all features you want for resizing and compressing photos. It can handle a batch-compression and resizing very well.
[Version 3.2.6]


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Jjpong commented on 12 Jun 2013
Taking a good look at its horizontal sliders, I have a feeling that this application is developed with READL Studio.
[Version 3.2.6]


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+1

Fixx reviewed on 20 May 2013
does not understand 16 bit images. Interface weird (no process button or similar). Was not useful, images displayed just noise after conversion.
[Version 3.2.5]


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+1

+2

InspiredLight reviewed on 17 Jan 2012
Thanks for this free app.
I had an earlier version and it was making images significantly darker. I was doing a size reduction.

So I updated to 3.2.4, and it now makes the same image a little lighter when doing the same size reduction as before. The difference is less significant, but still noticeable. I thought perhaps this is normal when a JPEG is reduced in size, although I'd never noticed it before. So...

For comparison: If I resize the same image in Photoshop I get zero (no noticeable) change in the image appearance. So it seems to me that either I am doing something incorrectly with this app, or this app doesn't maintain the exact same saturation / contrast / brightness, or something along those lines.

Otherwise, it's a great app. Fast and easy to use. And very cost effective. Just make sure you're pictures are coming out the way you wanted.
[Version 3.2.4]

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InspiredLight replied on 17 Jan 2012
I have just tried another free app here on MacUpdate called SmallImage (3 beta). It does a fine job of resizing without changing the image appearance. Looks like I'll stick with that one.
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jhencken replied on 03 Sep 2012
Thanks for the tip. I'm surprised you gave it 4 stars, as I'd consider this issue close to a deal-breaker.
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7Gary reviewed on 30 Dec 2011
Looked for a program to reduce jpg files for uploading; this one looks like a winner for my simple needs.

intuitive.
[Version 3.2.4]


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Jstrait reviewed on 15 Dec 2011
I was (am still) looking for a replacement for my Photoshop CS4 droplet. I don't want to fork out the $ for CS5, particularly with CS6 around the corner and unfortunately CS4 droplets are PPC and no longer work in Lion.

This COULD be a solution for me but some critical things are missing.
-Drag and drop (droplet) functionality
-Sizing for a maximum length AND width (vs picking one or the other which leaves horizontals a different size than verticals.)

Add those two functions and I would gladly PAY!!!

It's hard to give a free app anything less than a five star review but I figured I had to be objective. :)

Anyone with a suggestion for me would be SO appreciated! (reply to review)
[Version 3.2.4]


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Stubbornlikeamule reviewed on 01 Sep 2011
I'm using OSX Lion, and this just didn't work. Dragged an image to be re-sized, no preview, and nothing happened when I tried to save it.
[Version 3.2.4]

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Widber replied on 09 Oct 2011
I can't confirm any issue under Lion. Everything works fine
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Ddstuff commented on 28 Aug 2010
This app saves me from using Photoshop for resizing every image. This one does them all with little effort! Awesome!
[Version 3.1.1]


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+3

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Darth Brooks reviewed on 06 Aug 2010
Very nice, thanks! Just resized a folder of 356 JPGs 2272x1704 @ 180ppi to 1600x900. The resized pics are 72ppi and there seems to be no provision to select or maintain resolution... uh... this app is FREE? Ten stars!
[Version 3.0]


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Antoniong reviewed on 07 Jul 2010
Dl'ed it and erased it after 3 tries.

Each picture that I (individually) resize (tried larger, smaller same) get a "greyish" look. meaning parts that are white become grey and colors similar.

Pref's were set to highes quality.
[Version 2.5.5]

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InspiredLight replied on 17 Jan 2012
Yes, I also found it was changing the appearance of images. Found your review whilst looking to see if anyone else and this issue.
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Fredducker had trouble on 22 Oct 2012
I dropped a bunch of images onto the program, but I'm not sure what to do next to launch the process. Cannot see an action button anywhere.
[Version 3.2.4]


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whit had trouble on 17 Oct 2006
I dropped a folder to be re sized, thinking that it would copy the origionla files size but i lost all my pixels and was wondering if there was a way to revert to the original size???
Help, Please
[Version 2.3.5]



+18

Steven_Sky rated on 03 Sep 2013

[Version 3.2.6]



Skitomatic rated on 31 Aug 2012

[Version 3.2.4]



Walter4321 rated on 08 Apr 2012

[Version 3.2.4]



Davide.k rated on 05 Mar 2012

[Version 3.2.4]



+8

Widber rated on 09 Oct 2011

[Version 3.2.4]



xdefeenx rated on 02 Jul 2011

[Version 3.2.4]



Wei Chang rated on 17 Mar 2011

[Version 3.2.3]



Borjasl rated on 08 Mar 2011

[Version 3.2.3]


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Version Downloads:23,635
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Free
Date:12 Jun 2013
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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iResize can resize, compress, and save as JPEG at 72dpi the image files (8-bit) GIF, JPEG, PICT, PNG, TIFF, and PSD.

Here are some key features of iResize:
  • New and streamlined interface
  • Easy and fast
  • Check before resizing with the new JPEG compression/quality preview
  • Rename and sequential numbering of the resized images, and/or
  • Add some text (example: -small) at the end of the file name
  • Handles accented characters (ü,ç etc.) in the file names
  • Rotation of single or multiple images
  • EXIF data reading
  • Brightness control for the resized images
  • Localized in English, Italian, French and Spanish


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