By Alvin Booth
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BatchSize is a quick and easy way to resize images and convert between image formats, you can add a prefix and suffix to the output image name if required and convert to and from .png, .jpg, .gif, .tiff and .bmp.
Batchsize can copy your input folder structure to the destination folder or move all processed images into a single destination folder.
Images are resized to the maximum dimensions you set and will keep their original aspect ratio.
Simple To Use
1. Drag and drop files and folders you want to process into the source area.
2. Drag and drop your destination folder to the destination area.
3. Set a prefix, suffix, resize format, and image dimensions as required
4. Click ‘Resize Images’, sit back and let BatchSize work its magic
BatchSize can resize images to between a minimum width/height of 10pixels and a maximum width/height of 10000pixels.
What's New in Version 2.3
Improvements In This Version:
*Image processing optimisation