iResizer
iResizer
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iResizer free download for Mac

iResizer3.0

09 December 2014

Scale images without diminishing key picture elements.

Overview

iResizer lets you:
  • Fit entire photos on Instagram without cropping
  • Remove objects from photos
  • Change the spacing between main objects
  • Change image aspect ratio
  • Easy to get use & started
  • Completely non-technical

Scale an image without changing important visual content such as people, buildings, animals, etc. While normal resizing affects all pixels uniformly when scaling an image, iResizer resizing mostly affects pixels in areas that do not have important visual content.

iResizer lets you shrinking or enlarging images to improve a composition, fit a layout, or change the orientation.

iResizer is a handy way to resizing images non uniformly while preserving the key features of the picture. iResizer avoiding distortion of the important parts of the image. It also can be used to remove portion ot the image in a consistent way. For example, you can turn a landscape picture into a square picture and close up the space between people in a image if they are a long way apart. It also works in reverse and you can use it to make an photo larger.

You can mark important elements in the image using green marker, this technique is handy if you have areas of the image that you want to retain at the expense of other areas and it can also be used to protect people in the image. Also you can use red marker to select which features of the image should be discarded.

What's new in iResizer

Version 3.0:
  • Major algorithm improvements
  • Overal stability improvements
  • Added transparency support
  • Interface improvements

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How would you rate iResizer app?

5 Reviews of iResizer

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ddchene
17 April 2014
Version: 2.4

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One-trick ponies need to do their trick well. This one is no good at all except at the preset aspect ratios (unless you like surrealist montages). With the preset aspect ratios sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. Not worth $20, maybe worth $10 if you want to fool around. One of the images I tested it with is searchable at Google Images using "corinne winters traviata ft.com", the very first image. With the main figure masked, it’s OK at 16:9 and 1:1, not at the other presets. Try 800x200 for a bizarre result. Cosmetic flaw: you can’t see more than 2 1/2 digits in the image size dialog! An obvious flaw.
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ddchene
17 April 2014
Version: 2.4
One-trick ponies need to do their trick well. This one is no good at all except at the preset aspect ratios (unless you like surrealist montages). With the preset aspect ratios sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. Not worth $20, maybe worth $10 if you want to fool around. One of the images I tested it with is searchable at Google Images using "corinne winters traviata ft.com", the very first image. With the main figure masked, it’s OK at 16:9 and 1:1, not at the other presets. Try 800x200 for a bizarre result. Cosmetic flaw: you can’t see more than 2 1/2 digits in the image size dialog! An obvious flaw.
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dolphg
02 July 2013
Version: 2.3
I downloaded the trial version and found it to be useless. I tried two different pictures with iResizer and part of the image protected by the mask would get distorted in both images. I do this kind of thing in Photoshop on a regular basis without problems. Waste of $10 if you buy it.
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Rubaiyat
02 July 2013
Version: 2.3
The claim of "Without distortion" seems to be contradicted by the screensnaps. The background is clearly horizontally stretched. I assume, I can't verify, what they are saying is you can isolate parts of the image to not distort whilst the rest is, in this case it is the skier that is not stretched.
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Lorimer
02 July 2013
Version: 2.3
I've downloaded and used this programme today, 2nd July '13. It really is flawless in operation, succeeding in changing the aspect ratio of a picture without any distortion, exactly as claimed. Also, its ability to remove objects is perfect. I've used InPaint for several years, but iResizer is much quicker and more accurate. I'm used to cropping many of my photos to give greater emphasis to the subject, but this often loses useful background. iSizer manages to retain the detail in the background as well as emphasising the subject – an amazing achievement. Excellent value at $10; I'm sure it will prove to be an invaluable tool which I'll be reaching for all the time. In fact, I'm sorry I didn't find it long ago.
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KMS-ROX
03 September 2012
Version: 2.2
Where do I put the serial number at? I have searched everywhere inside the app as well as uninstalled and downloaded and reinstalled several times but still can not find where to put the serial number I was sent. I had no issue finding where to put the serial number for Inpaint.
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