Batch Image Resizer VERSION 5!
Quickly resize a bunch of images in a few clicks!
Resize, Crop, Flip, Mirror, Rotate, Resample, Fit to rectangle
Change width and height independently / keep proportions
Use absolute (pixels) and relative (percent %) values
Trim images by automatically removing whitespace
Selectively apply actions based on orientation: Portrait, Landscape...
Adjust brightness, contrast, saturation, tint, hue, gamma...
Easily perform all these operations with lots of images in just one batch!
In the example below an image is cropped by 50 pixels from the left and top, and by 5% from the bottom and right.
In the example below an image is cropped to be exactly 100 by 100 pixels, centered.
Easily create thumbnails with this program! Control resizing quality using 7 built-in interpolation modes: Low, High, Bilinear, Bicubic, Nearest Neighbor, High Quality Bilinear, High Quality Bicubic!
You can change width and height independently of each other, or make one proportional to another!
You can change the value of width and height by either specifying new value in pixels or as a percentage of the original width and height! This gives you ultimate flexibility!
One of the unique features of Image Resizer is Smart Crop! It automatically detects and removes any whitespace or empty space that surrounds the image, thereby cropping it automatically. You can specify from which sides whitespace should be removed, as well as set the minimum amount (in pixels or as a percentage) that should be left. Furthermore, even if the whitespace is not of a single solid color, but is rather a texture of some sort, thanks to the built-in tolerance slider the program can still remove it!
Note that this cropping process is automatic. The program can easily trim hundreds of images in a few minutes, even if all of them have different amount of whitespace and that whitespace is unevenly occuring! Just imagine how much time it would take you, had you had to do it manually!
Sometimes resizing an image to a certain size may not produce optimal results, as it may change its proportions (aspect ratio). That's where Best Fit functionality of Image Resizer comes in very handy! It allows you to resize any image so that it fits inside a rectangle of a fixed size that you specify and yet its proportions remain the same! The program has 3 different methods that achieve this: with whitespace, without whitespace, and crop. See the image below:
If you use Whitespace method, you can control background color. If you use crop method, you can control precisely which part of the image should remain, and which part should be cropped, i.e. Top-Left, Top-Center, Top-Right, Middle-Left, Middle-Center, Middle-Right, Bottom-Left, Bottom-Center, Bottom-Right. You can control image positioning even more precisely using offsets.
Constrained Resize can be very useful if you want to resize the central portion of an image, while intelligently stretching the boundary areas, i.e. for example fitting a bigger or smaller picture into a certain frame, whereby the frame's proportions should not be altered.
Depending on selected mode - Tiled or Stretched - you can achieve slightly different results. Note how the thick black frame/border looks identical to the original in both cases; even though the central part of the image has been resized the border itself was intelligently drawn around it:
There are 7 settings for image orientation: Portrait, Landscape, Square, All, Portrait & Landscape, Portrait & Square, and Landscape & Square. These represent all the possible combinations. You can specify whether a rotation, resizing, or cropping action should be performed, depending on image orientation.
For example, you may want to rotate your images by 90 degrees, but only if they are Portrait, thus turning them into Landscape. With Image Resizer's image orientation setting you can do that!
Program supports reading and writing above formats. In addition it offers various options for saving images: you can control jpeg compression level, gif dithering and palette, png bit depth, tif compression algorithm, etc.
Simply select a bunch of images that you want to resize in "My Pictures" folder (or any other folder), right-click the selection, and choose "Resize with Batch Image Resizer" command from the menu! The program will be automatically launched containing the images you selected.
You can easily set new names for the processed images by using original files' names, numbers, and other arbitrary characters.
All the settings that you apply, such as the sizes of new width and height, or rotation angle, are immediately reflected in the preview window, thus giving you instant feedback and saving you time!
Program can process images even faster if your computer has multi-core CPU, or has several CPUs installed.
With special Color Replace operation you can replace individual colors or entire ranges of colors. Make the sky green instead of blue for example!
Above is an example of dynamic color replace in action. It is just an example to illustrates capabilities of this powerful operation. Not only can you specify the exact color to be replaced (all pixels of the same color will be replaced with the one specified), but you can also specify the tolerance level, so that similar colors will also be replaced. On top of that, you can enable per-channel dynamic color replace so that, pixel-color differences will be preserved with the new color.
Easily adjust image brightness, contrast, and saturation with sliders!
Make your images look like old photos by converting them to Sepia tone, or using one of the several grayscale conversion algorithms (you can even create your own grayscale conversion algorithm with particular coefficients for Red, Green, and Blue values).
Get rid of the two most common problems of digital cameras: easily auto-adjust white balance and remove noise, making your photos look more natural and much prettier!
Easily sharpen your photos, so they look more crisp and clear!
Review detailed list of program features: