CNET Editors' review
Acumen Business Systems' Multiple Image Resizer .NET, or MIR .NET, is a free tool designed to help digital camera owners manage their saved pictures. It can resize single images or automatically resize whole folders full of huge digital snapshots at once. It's compatible with a wide range of image file formats and includes useful features, such as the ability to select image output resolution in dots per inch. Different methods of resizing images allow for different levels of image quality, which we like for the ability to resize a lot of different images to fit, say, a Web page, and maximize both the number and quality of the images displayed.
MIR .NET is easy to use, with an uncluttered and customizable interface and simple but clear commands like Add Folder of Images that leave little doubt about what the program does. There's a Help file as well as Web-based assistance, including a users' network. Twin displays show before-and-after views of selected files. Tabbed and labeled icons along the program's bottom edge control options for rotating, cropping, processing, and adding text to images, as well as other image handling features. We like MIR .NET's highly visual way of presenting program options, which simplifies unfamiliar settings. Another nice touch is its long list of easily selected languages.
MIR .NET is freeware that works with a wide range of systems, including consumer and server versions of Windows 2000 to 7. Some versions may download as ZIP files, but recent downloads have an uncompressed executable and a full-featured Windows-style installation wizard.
From Acumen Business Systems:
Multiple Image Resizer .NET allows you to process individual images or folders of images. You can resize, add borders, crop, overlay text, overlay/underlay images and rotate/flip images. Multiple Image Resizer .NET can open images in 31 different image formats, and save processed images in 16 image formats. The graphical user interface is highly customizable, includes three themes, and supports a total of 21 different languages. The software includes batch image processing via command line using a scripting language. Multiple Image Resizer .NET supports multi-core processing to speed up image processing. The software has fully integrated help documentation and has an update checking feature.
What's new in this version: Version 184.108.40.206
- 1.Fixed a problem where corruption of the primary window profile would cause an error when the software loads.
- 2.Fixed an issue where the resized images would show signs of "ringing" e.g. artefacts on the 0th/1st row and column of the image.
- 3.Added $(ORIGINALFILECREATIONDATETIME) and $(ORIGINALFILEMODIFIEDDATETIME) replacement tags for use on text overlays.
- 4.Updated the software and installation package with new Multiple Image Resizer .NET lo... See all new features
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All versions:3.3 stars
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Version: Multiple Image Resizer .NET 220.127.116.11
none. there are none
...comes bundled with this. (Conduit Search, Search Protect, and Connect Toolbar) BEWARE
"Works well, lots of features, fast processing"
Version: Multiple Image Resizer .NET 18.104.22.168
Lots of detailed choices for processing, most of which I might not even use, but nice to know they are there for some odd project down the road.
I would like an easier way to choose multiple folders at once.
Slick program. Good job fellow .NET programmer.
Version: Multiple Image Resizer .NET 22.214.171.124
WORKS like a dream-easy to set up and change!
None to speak of!
Excellent POWERFUL TOOL- almost a must have especially for uploads, and e-mail resizing!
"Cumbersome Use, Not intuitive, Help nearly non-existent"
Version: Multiple Image Resizer .NET 126.96.36.199
None that I can even imagine
No wonder it is free, I worked with this program for 2 hours and the results were awful. It is cumbersome, non-intuitive, not much help, disorganized and generally a waste of time to try and use. The interface is even a bit confusing.
Not worth the trouble to download. My 2 hour4 experience ended with total frustration with trying to use this product. In my opinion, they must have had someone associated with the company give the previous ratings... no way should this thing get over one star.
"too long for download"
Version: Multiple Image Resizer .NET 2.6
dont know yet stil;l dont have
wayyyyyyy too long for download
"Very good tool to create litle box images"
Version: Multiple Image Resizer .NET 2.0.8
Easy to use wen you pay attention the inovative method of working with. Quik and delightfool.
You can transform easely the formats of those images from insecure sites, or if you just don't trust the original format.
Couldn't see any.
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