batch Resizing

  blazingbadger 13:13 04 Oct 2009

Is there any good programs for resizing photos as a batch instead of individually Thanks

  john bunyan 13:17 04 Oct 2009

You can do this in Photoshop CS4 - not sure about Photoshop Elements. Big photo files need to be done about 10 at a time as they have to all be "open" whilst converting. Maybe others will suggest cheaper methods. I try to file my photos at a resolution of 300 dpi (good for printing) and 10 in x 8 in.Then smaller ones can be produced if needed

  rawprawn 13:18 04 Oct 2009

Excellent click here

  blazingbadger 13:52 04 Oct 2009

Thanks rawprawn I've down loaded it and will give it a go

  blazingbadger 14:27 04 Oct 2009

rawprawn it only decreases the size I want to up the size preferably in Inches

  rawprawn 20:01 04 Oct 2009

VSO will make photos what size you choose, either larger or smaller.

  rawprawn 20:11 04 Oct 2009

Change the Profile setting at the top. It's in Pixels not inches or cms

  Chas49 22:10 04 Oct 2009

If the program you downloaded doesn't satisfy your needs then -

A nice pair of programs can be had, free, from click here

An image viewer and a Photo Resizer. I have used them many times - install both and you will find that Batch Rename appears on a menu in the Viewer, very convenient.

  Stuartli 23:46 04 Oct 2009

I've always used PIXresizer (freeware) which can do individual or batch resizing whilst retaining the original files:

click here

Some other useful utilities on the site as well:

click here

  Stuartli 23:47 04 Oct 2009

If you have Picasa3, it now includes an image viewer, or there's also the excellent Irfanview.

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