Magic Image Resizer is used to resize pictures in most popular graphic formats. It resizes them in batch mode, which means that the user can select hundreds of images, select desired size and just click the Resize button. The program does everything else. The images will keep the original aspect ratio so you don't have to worry about 'weird' pictures you see on some web sites. You also don't need to make backups of original pictures because Magic Image Resizer puts the resized images to a special subfolder it creates. This way the original images are preserved for possible further processing.
Why would you need resized images? Well, the world of digital cameras has developed in last years so much, that the ordinary photo takes from 500 kilobytes up to several megabytes. But the poeple who have taken them still want to share them with others, that is send them to friends and family or put them on a web site so the whole world can see them. But this can be a problem. I'm sure you have seen several web sites that show digital photos. Imagine what you would have done if each photo would be 3 megabytes large? Yes, you would leave the page as soon as possible. And it's even worse with several megabytes large e-mails in
It's true, you can use professional image editing software for resizing images. Sure, you have spent $300 for it, why not use it? You may discover that it's fun to resize each image one by one. But only for the first 50 images, after that you wish for a tool that resizes all the images at once.
All those reasons make Magic Image Resizer a tool that you need and a tool you'll miss if you stop using it. Make sure you download it and try it now!
Platform: Win2000,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Win98,WinOther,WinServer,WinVista,WinVista x64,WinXP,O
Link to Magic Image Resizer sample code
License: Free To Try
Graphic Apps::Converters & Optimizers
Date Added: Oct 30, 2006
Last check for an update: Feb 25, 2017
Last version date: Jun 04, 2012
Downloads Total : 2
Downloads last 10 Days: None
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Malware Status: Clean
Scan Date: Apr 11, 2008