Batch Image Resizer
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Resize and edit multiple images for Web publishing and sharing.   Shareware ($13.99)
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Batch Image Resizer lets you resize, rename, rotate, and add borders to multiple images for Web publishing and sharing.

If you have ever needed to resize multiple pictures for your Web page, then this program is for you. With this appliction, you can resize, rotate, add a transparent border, and save pictures with an icon preview. Best of all, it uses batch mode processing - so you can manipulate multiple pictures at once! Also, it allows you to grab the first page of a PDF file, convert it to an image, and resize it.

Batch Image Resizer now also allows you
What's New
Version 1.5.9:
  • Fixed a bug where an improper border might be applied if a user was using the 'fit to box' feature along with the 'preserve aspect ratio' box checked. Now the images are resized as expected.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, OS X 10.4 or later



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Batch Image Resize... User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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burypromote

+5

Levelbest reviewed on 28 Jun 2011
Looking for a batch image processor for my on-line (blog) pics. Downloaded and tried This. Good: 1) Options to re-size to box and others suggest flexibility. 2) Can add a simple border. 3) Can rotate as much as you tell it to, not fixed rotation as many similar apps will offer. Not there yet (OK bad): No option to add copy-write notice, text or image. 2) No obvious way to have output be jpeg or png.
[Version 1.4.5]

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burypromote

+8
Gotoes (developer) replied on 01 Sep 2011
Hi -
Sorry that the output options weren't clear; they are in the front of the main window in a drop down menu. You can even see it in the screenshot. Please respond if you can think of a way to make it more obvious. Thanks!
burypromote
Gotoes (developer) replied on 14 Apr 2014
Hi Levelbest - I know it has been a long time, but last year we introduced a way to add a copy-write notice (i.e. watermark feature). Also, there is a drop down menu for choosing the image output format.
burypromote
+11

+409

Colette reviewed on 10 Oct 2009
Lack of some advanced features for resizing the images and for configuring the output formats. Likewise, the renaming function is rather limited, in that it does not offer any supplementary options that would have been useful for file management, after the operation is complete.
[Version 1.0]

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burypromote

+8
Gotoes (developer) replied on 23 Oct 2009
Thanks for the review. In response to your request, we added some features for version 1.2: We added the ability to save the images in different formats. We also added another "Fit To Box" resizing option. We added a warning so that users do not accidentally save the resized image over their original image.
burypromote
+1

+8
Gotoes (developer) replied on 25 Feb 2011
We added renaming features for version 1.4.0, file management improvement (in terms of saving to specific destinations.
burypromote
+1

+2
mupptroll2 replied on 31 Mar 2011
I'd think twice about believing reviews from "Sundays," Ben95" "Colette" "Puc" and "MikeCook." Why? Because all 5 of these accounts do the same things:

1) They rate all of Omid Pajuhideh's ****erox software with 5 stars.
2) They rate similar apps poorly (ironically, their download history has no indication of the app that they are reviewing having been downloaded).
3) They all make the same comment to the extent of "No Free Trial, No sales at MacUpdate."

Just Saying...
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+52

Spike-James rated on 22 Jan 2012

[Version 1.4.8]



+8

Fulmar2 rated on 24 Oct 2011

[Version 1.4.6]



+49

HugeBubba rated on 11 Apr 2011

[Version 1.4.2]



+8

Fulmar2 rated on 25 Feb 2011

[Version 1.3]


Downloads:4,762
Version Downloads:51
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Shareware
Date:14 Apr 2014
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $13.99
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Batch Image Resizer lets you resize, rename, rotate, and add borders to multiple images for Web publishing and sharing.

If you have ever needed to resize multiple pictures for your Web page, then this program is for you. With this appliction, you can resize, rotate, add a transparent border, and save pictures with an icon preview. Best of all, it uses batch mode processing - so you can manipulate multiple pictures at once! Also, it allows you to grab the first page of a PDF file, convert it to an image, and resize it.

Batch Image Resizer now also allows you to watermark your files. This feature is extremely useful for web developers because you can now resize your images and copy-protect them all in one step! The workflow is far easier and faster than bulky, monthly subscription applications such as Adobe Photoshop.


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