High Quality Photo Resizer

High Quality Photo Resizer

Free
It's a handy tool for batch resizing of digital photos
3.2  (6 votes)
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High Quality Photo Resizer is a handy tool created to make resizing images a simple and fast job. It allows modifying the dimensions of multiple photos at once, in batches, regardless of their type, as all the popular image file formats are supported, including BMP, EMF, GIF, JPG, JPEG, PNG, TGA, TIF, TIFF, WMF, but also less known ones like DIB, ICB, RLE, SGI or VDA.

Another advantage offered by this handy tool is the fact that it can convert the resized images and output them to one of the following 8 file formats: JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIF, TGA, WMF, EMF.

Its interface can also be added to the list of advantages, as it’s very easy-to-use. It’s in fact a simple wizard that guides you step by step through the resizing process. Therefore even beginners can use this neat and handy tool without any problem.

Last but not least, besides batch resizing and converting photos, it also lets you batch edit them by applying special effects – no less than 37 of them, including Emboss, Blur, Gray Scale, Negative, Soften, Swirl, etc.

To sum it all up, this handy tool is much more than a photo resizer, it is free and it works like a charm. It has all the needed qualities to make me recommend it with all my heart.

Margie Smeer
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Review summary

Pros

  • Simple-to-use.
  • Free.
  • Supports a lot of image file formats.
  • Can also convert images.
  • Can apply effects to images.

Cons

  • None.

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