Photos Reziser
Photos Reziser
1.8

0.0

Photos Reziser free download for Mac

Photos Reziser1.8

01 August 2019

Resize, rotate images in batch.

Overview

Photos Resizer is a lightweight app to resize images in a batch. The application has been made like a wizard where you can apply several editing functions to a batch of images. You can skip the functions that you do not wish to perform on the selected photos. The available options are Crop Images, Rotate Images, Resize Images, Rename Images, Change format and Optimize selective images. You can perform multiple operations on the batch of images in order.

Features:
  • New, Streamlined, Super Fast, Responsive and easy to use User Interface
  • Easy and fast, drag and drop images or folders with images or Photos Library onto the main window, review and start processing.
  • Crop images to a custom size you need.
  • Rotate images or change their orientation. Flip them horizontally or vertically.
  • Resize images from as little as 1px up to 10000px without loss of quality.
  • Batch Rename the processed images.
  • You can even change the format of the original images to any other format of your choice.
  • Supports Image and thumbnail caching, image asynchronous loading.

What's new in Photos Reziser

Version 1.8:
  • Initial release

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1 Reviews of Photos Reziser

zlazkow
30 December 2019
Version: 1.8

Most helpful

Haven't tried it, but looked at it in App Store, since there are more screenshots there. Application has all the useful features as described, and one more which is not mentioned. If the image has a transparency, then you can change the background. But there is no transparency tool. If the developer is planning to add it, then it would be really nice.
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zlazkow
30 December 2019
Version: 1.8
Haven't tried it, but looked at it in App Store, since there are more screenshots there. Application has all the useful features as described, and one more which is not mentioned. If the image has a transparency, then you can change the background. But there is no transparency tool. If the developer is planning to add it, then it would be really nice.
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