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Editors' Review

We can see how people would either love or hate Picture Resizer. Those with a geeky bent, especially those used to working with command-line parameters, will probably find the program to be innovative and useful. Those who like intuitive interfaces that are easy to understand and navigate will likely take one look at it and then start searching for another program to meet their resizing needs.

There are three ways to use Picture Resizer. Users can drag and drop images onto the program's icon, choose the program from the Windows context menu after selecting the desired images, or access the program via the command line. That all sounds simple enough, especially the first two options. What's unique about Picture Resizer is the way that users adjust its settings; everything is done by renaming the program. Do you want your images to be resized to 400 by 300 pixels? Rename the program as PhotoResize400x300.exe. Do you want the smaller dimension of the image to be 400 pixels? PhotoResize_400.exe. The program's online Help file explains all of this and includes instructions not only for resizing but also for sharpening, changing the compression quality, copying the metadata, and other tasks. The Help file also explains the advanced configuration options that can be accessed using the command line. Overall, we thought that Picture Resizer was an interesting and unique program; we've reviewed a lot of software that resizes images and we've never encountered any that worked quite like this. It can definitely simplify the process of resizing images, especially if you're willing to take the time to get familiar with the way it works.

Picture Resizer requires no installation. We recommend this program to intermediate and advanced users.

 
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Full Specifications

What's new in version 6.0

Version 6.0 include supports for JPEG arithmetic compression for both decoding and encoding.

General

Publisher RealWorld Graphics
Publisher web site http://www.rw-designer.com
Release Date November 06, 2011
Date Added November 06, 2011
Version 6.0

Category

Category Digital Photo Software
Subcategory Photo Editors

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
Additional Requirements None

Download Information

File Size 388.5KB
File Name PhotoResize400.exe

Popularity

Total Downloads 34,876
Downloads Last Week 9

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License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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