Resize Multiple Images

Taking photographs on your camera is quite a fun thing to do, but having to resize each and every image so that you can easily share them with your friends and family is definitely quite a pain.

Camera Images can be of pretty high resolutions which in turn shoots up the size of images to 2 or 3 megabytes each, sometime even more, now if you have taken 100 photographs imagine the amount of time you would spend to resize those images to a sharable resolution and size.

Multiple Image resizer is a handy freeware that will allow you to resize multiple images at one go. The software allows you to resize a single image or add multiple images from folders to be resized. In addition to that you can also scan the harddrive for images.

With Multiple Image Resizer, you can resize, add borders, add text, overlay images, crop, rotate and flip – with a few simple mouse clicks.


Multiple Image Resizer Features

  • Resize, rotate, crop or flip images
  • Add borders to images
  • Add text to images
  • Overlay / Watermark images with another image
  • Preview of unprocessed and processed images
  • Ability to save and load image processing settings
  • Ability to alter the order in which batch processing features are applied to images

Multiple Image Resizer is free for personal and educational usage. If you are Windows XP user, the Microsoft Image Resizer Powertoy does the job pretty well, and also provides you with a right click context menu option to resize the images, however the Image Resizer Powertoy does not work on .

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8 thoughts on “Resize Multiple Images”

  1. A WordPress plugin, ImageManager, can resize photos on the fly into a standard size for your WordPress blog. With this plugin, you can upload the photo from your computer, pick whether to use the original size or “thumbnail size” (which is any custom size you set for your blog), and click a button to insert the photo. It’s great.

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