Resize All Images In a Folder

Whenever you come back from a vacation, one thing is for sure that you have clicked tons of photos which you would want to share with your friends.

However, photographs taken by a camera are usually of high resolution. Now if you want to resize each and every image from the trip, you will be spending hours if not days.

In the past we have told you about several image manipulation tools some of which allow you to resize multiple images and also compress image size on the fly.

In addition to that, we came across another interesting tool that will allow you to resize all the images inside a folder. This means that you can copy all the images from your camera and run this tool to resize all of them painlessly, with a single click.


Once you have selected the folder with the image, change the ratio that you want the images to be resized to. The application will automatically resize the images and store them in the location you selected.

Definitely a dead simple tool with very good output images. We recommend this tool if you are a frequent photographer.

Resize JPEG Folder is a  . Just download this tool and run it.

Download Resize JPEG Folder [Download the exe file]

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  • great tool it can be used to create thumbnail of images in a folder aswell, thanks.

  • Dick Nieuwendyk

    I often have to email large groups of photos. Resizing individual photos in Photoshop takes a lot of time.
    This tool allows me to resize a full file to the size I need in minutes in a sub-folder without loosing the original file.

  • Terri

    Do you have a version that's compatible for MAC users?

  • ErikO

    I’m using Win 7 x64, and this ran without any issues – expect for a strange security message from windows, along the lines of “this program is not normally downloaded”.

    I saved it, ran my anti-virus check, and it came out clean.

    Ok onto the prog itself:

    It did a fine job. Just entered 50%, and it went off and did it’s thing.

    It VERY UNFORTUANTELY does not do sub-folders, and you must therefore select each and every folder you wish to compress.

    Have fun.

  • Lazzey

    Awesome tool, whoever made it was smart enough to realize that not all pictures have the same HxW ratio, so the resize is by percent, not destination size. Highly recommended! Thanks for making this free!