Fotosizer is a freeware batch image resizer tool. It resizes your photos in just 3 easy steps - 1. Photo selection, 2. select resize settings, then 3. Start the resize!
Increasingly, sharing photos on the internet is becomming more and more popular. Photos, represented as JPEG files from digital cameras, taken at high resolutions are far too large to send over the Internet, with some photos ending up at 5 mega bytes. Uploading one photo to a photo sharing website is fine, but 10, 20, or even more, this can take forever, especially on a dial-up connection.
With Fotosizer, you can shrink JPEG image files, along with other supported formats, and dramatically reduce internet transfer times, enabling you to quickly and easily prepare your image collections to be published on the web.
- Fixed Multiple selection of images in Image selection list.
- Fixed issue on Windows Vista that caused Fotosizer to hang when clicking an image in the image selection list.
- Added number of images count above the image selection list.
- Added "[same as original]" Destination Folder, that allows the images to resized to their original location(s).
- Added Output Format selection list to choose the image format the resized images get converted to.
- Fixed resize progress dialog so that it displayed a "Finshed" caption to indicate that the resize was successful, as it was previously confusing whether the images had or hadn't been resized.
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