Resize 'Em All
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Batch resize your pictures, extract app icons.   Free
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  • Resize 'Em All has been discontinued
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Resize 'Em All allows you to resize your pictures and then to save them. Also, this utility allows you to extract applications icons. Moreover, Resize 'Em All allows batching. This allows you to, for example, to drag your "Applications" folder and then resize and save all of extracted icons, just with two mouse clicks.
What's New
Version 1.0.8:
  • Added the ability to rotate your pictures (batch rotation also supported).
  • Added shortcuts for batch features.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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Resize 'Em All User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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Foulger reviewed on 01 Aug 2011
Still works well in OS X Lion!!!
[Version 1.0.8]


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Eaglelouk (developer) commented on 17 Oct 2007
v1.0.7 got a big bug when saving pictures. The download is no longer available, and I'm sorry for the users who have already downloaded it.
v1.0.8 should be released soon
[Version 1.0.7]


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simon_full commented on 23 Aug 2007
Nice simple product but batch resizing is kinda useless without the ability to distinguish longest edge of portrait and landscape.

add this and i would use it all the time.
[Version 1.0.5]


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nana commented on 17 Aug 2007
Nice little app.
Just add Crop and Rotate and I'll be using it all the time ;-)
[Version 1.0.4]


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sdevan reviewed on 05 Aug 2007
This is a great little program, doing exactly what it promises very well--resizing pictures. What sets it apart are the following:

1. Its simplicity.
2. Its batch mode. You can import multiple files and resize them with the click of a button. Even better, you can then save them all with another click of a button--it simply appends a different incremented number to each file's name.

I gave a copy of this program to my wife, who frequently needs to resize pictures for a newsletter, and she fell in love with it in two minutes.

The only request I have of the author is that he add keyboard commands to invoke batch processing. There are keyboard commands for other actions.
[Version 1.0.2]

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Eaglelouk (developer) replied on 05 Aug 2007
Hi Sdevan, and thank you.

Please tell me the shortcuts for these actions and i'll add them ;-)
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Eaglelouk (developer) commented on 05 Aug 2007
The interface is universal and it is not the property of anyone excepted Apple itself.
Anyway, this app has not the same goal as Picturesque ;-)
[Version 1.0.2]

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jedda replied on 06 Aug 2007
As far as I can see, you did a localization for Picturesque, so it's very obviously a direct copy. I wish developers would think for themselves, rather than just following the trends of other developers who are far better.
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Eaglelouk (developer) replied on 06 Aug 2007
I said that this kind of interface is free for everyone and Picturesque is not the first application that looks like that.
See AppZapper, for example. There is an arrow for dropping items. And then other applications did the same. So why this should be forbidden for a FREEWARE developer to reproduce this system ?
Moreover, about the interface, there is a lot of app that looks like Picturesque. iPhoto, iWeb,... the whole iLife board. Lets take a look at :
http://www.seanpatrickobrien.com/iLifeControls/

This is a free framework for all Mac OS X developers.

Ok, the thread about "a copy of picturesque" is closed". Remember that Resize 'Em All gives the ability to resize, and not more.
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jedda commented on 05 Aug 2007
What a load of crap. This app is an exact clone of the Apple Design Award winning Picturesque, and it sucks to boot.
[Version 1.0.2]

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aljuk replied on 13 Aug 2007
It's nothing like Picturesque. What planet are you on?
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+2
katabios commented on 04 Aug 2007
cool app! any hope for drag&drop with a img's folder and their preview (like in GC)?
[Version 1.0.1]


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BunshichiTawara rated on 20 Dec 2010

[Version 1.0.8]


Downloads:16,261
Version Downloads:12,210
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Free
Date:18 Oct 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Resize 'Em All allows you to resize your pictures and then to save them. Also, this utility allows you to extract applications icons. Moreover, Resize 'Em All allows batching. This allows you to, for example, to drag your "Applications" folder and then resize and save all of extracted icons, just with two mouse clicks.


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