WaterThumber
WaterThumber
2.3.1

3.3

WaterThumber free download for Mac

WaterThumber

2.3.1
05 November 2009

Resize images quickly for online publication.

Overview

WaterThumber is an all-in-one solution for resizing your images and getting them ready for online publication

With WaterThumber you can create High-Quality thumbnails and smaller versions of your images. You can also add a custom watermark to your images.

Important Features includes:
  • Brightness/Contrast/Saturation/Sharpness Adjustments
  • High Quality output so you don't have to sharpen your thumbnails when you're done.
  • Preserve ALL your EXIF data, including Brand-Specific camera information and GPS coordinates. (Works on RAW images too!)
  • Add custom borders to your images
  • Multiple resizing method: Smart Cropping or Scaling
  • Preview of your images before you start the batch job

In other words, everything you need to re-size your travel pictures and get them ready for your blog/website/gallery

What's new in WaterThumber

Version 2.3.1:
  • The release of Snow Leopard along with switching the project to Garbage Collection introduced several new bugs which should be fixed in this release. Several things were causing WaterThumber to just hang and crash, most (hopefully all!) of these should be fixed now!

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3 WaterThumber Reviews

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Colette
05 November 2009

Most helpful

2. time i try this software and it contais still bugs. not recommanded
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Version 2.3.1
Colette
05 November 2009
2. time i try this software and it contais still bugs. not recommanded
Like (11)
Version 2.3.1
Whit-g
14 January 2009
Bought this during the MU Promo. Great little app, makes quick web resizing much easier than dealing with Photoshop for that task. There are just a few things I'd like to see improved: - Why force me to drop entire folders of images onto the selection window? I don't see the logic there. Let me drag whatever I want onto it. - Have to manually delete images that have been processed, and by clicking a button to boot (i.e., can't just use the Delete key). This is tedious when you have several individual batches of images to process. I would prefer an option to automatically clear the list each time. - Regardless of whether you've saved your session, the destination location resets once you clear your images. Again, I don't see the logic in forcing this - if I want the destination to be a sub-folder in the same directory, I'll just leave that field alone, but if I change it then I want it to stay changed for the duration of my session. - Key commands! Why do I have to use the mouse for nearly every function? - Just an opinion here: EXIF data should be preserved by default. It takes very little space and people who accidentally delete it can never get it back.
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Version 2.0.1
Gpllp
08 January 2009
Purchased yesterday. Really pleased. Made the task of converting huge (450 mb) TIFFS into 350 KB JPEG's incredibly smooth. Was fast, intuitive and flawless in performing the batch conversions. It's my best experience with image conversion to-date. I haven't tried the watermarking function yet.
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Version 2.0.1
$20.00

3.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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