Quickscale
Quickscale
4.2.0

3.0

Quickscale free download for Mac

Quickscale4.2.0

06 March 2019

Reduce the scale of images without affecting quality.

Overview

Quickscale is designed to let you batch resize a collection of photos. Why would you want to do that? Suppose you want to share your holiday photos with family and friends; you might send them by e-mail or put them somewhere on a website. The problem is that these photos are often large and thus take far too long to upload and download.

Meet Quickscale: Select the images, choose desired resolutions, dimensions, and formats, and Quickscale scales them down and reformats them for you.

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.

What's new in Quickscale

Version 4.2.0:
  • Small improvements

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14 Reviews of Quickscale

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Justies
25 December 2007
Version: 3.4.3

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The application does not open!
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Jimw
05 March 2019
Version: 4.1.4
This product requires a $3 fee to enable all its capability. However I could not find any information as to what features are enabled or restricted until you pay. My best guess is that batch processing is disabled until it is purchased, I personally find this kind of market to be predatory.
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Jazzyguy
17 October 2012
Version: 3.9.5
Works Great in 10.8.2 Great App. Very Easy To Use!
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4.5
Drdul
18 July 2011
Version: 3.8.9
I've been using QuickScale for a few years, and still find it the best app for quickly resizing images. The interface is clean and easy to understand (well, except for the Location section, which doesn't fit with Mac conventions). The ability to set presets makes it easy to repeat tasks. The only thing I'd like to see is a droplet feature that would enable me to drag files onto the droplet and have them automatically resized without the need to even launch QuickScale.
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Codingmammoth
30 September 2009
Version: 3.8.2
Presets are aviable. Please check out the menu. There are some sharpen tools available. More tools will be added in the future (optionally).
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Tekl
31 August 2009
Version: 3.8.2
Very pricey for not having presets and a sharpening function.
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Brumm
30 October 2008
Version: 3.7
15 DOLLARS ....OR just FREE as in BEER: The best resizer I've found for Mac is the FREEWARE 'ThumbsUp', http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/11898/thumbsup ThumbsUp can not only create thumbnails or icons for images and movies. ThumbsUp goes far beyond, it's a superfast batch image resizer, a format converter (for example jpg to tiff, etc.) and ThumbsUp can sharpen (!) and antialias (!) the images (not only the thumbs as falsly stated in the manual) and can do all that in one fast step. ...and yes, ThumsUp is FREEware. I think Quickscale is far to expensive, therefore I don't give more than one star
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Scottishwildcat
26 September 2008
Version: 3.6.8.1
Why would you pay for this when you can do it with Automator for free? (And probably Preview too, in Leopard.)
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Bobbyknox
01 July 2008
Version: 3.6.3
Its a bit heavyweight on the user interface side. I much prefer the damn easy to use ResizeMe.
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Justies
25 December 2007
Version: 3.4.3
The application does not open!
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La-Sepia
18 November 2007
Version: 3.3.1
Tested. But it does not work fine. I recommend other software in this section.
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Cloudniner
01 November 2007
Version: 3.3
Since Leopard broke my Photoshop Elements program and it looks like Adobe isn't about to fix the problems. This program is a wonderful addition to my graphic/image applications. Good for you Quickscale.
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Bill-B
13 November 2005
Version: 1.4
I got a folder of 50 excellent photos of lightening from a friend, unfortunately they were very high resolution (~9000 x 9000) and were thus unwieldy. I decided to try Drag-N-Scale to resize them. It crashed (twice) while importing them. Toyviewer wouldn't even open an image from the folder. I found this and it worked perfectly! Importing the whole folder took maybe 1/3 as long as iPhoto did. I could size them to fit my screen. The folder was reduced from ~400+ MB to 1.7 MB. I definitely recommend this!
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Anonymous
26 July 2005
Version: 1.3
An English version would be nice...
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Anonymous
25 July 2005
Version: 1.3
Generally, reducing the size of a picture involves no loss of quality anyway.
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