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Image Resize 1.1

With Image Resize, resize as you want thousands photos in few clicks

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Total downloads: 460
  • Last Updated: Jan 14, 2008
  • License: Shareware $9 Buy
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/98/Me
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Image Resize is a Photo & Image software developed by Imresize. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Image Resize:

BSEditor: The software Image Resize is a tool to increase or decrease the dimensions of photos or images. This stands for a nice tools for making thumbnail or for ajusting the dimensions of your photos before a presentation on screen or Projector. This is a necessary tool for those who make graphics, collecting photos or simply for those using a numerical camera. Image Resize is the only one software to be able to process 10, 100 or more than 1000 images with few manipulations. Image Resize scans recursively the directory you provided and finds all the images located on your hard disk, and Processes the files without manual manipulation. You need only to tune parameters at the beginning. The heart of Image Resize is an accurate interpolation engine which respects the Details of your images while resizing them. There are many possibilities for interpolations methods among them the so called bilinear and bicubic methods. These are the same methods used in Photoshop TM. Image Resize proposes also an innovating method : the biquadratic method which is a good compromise between quality and speed.
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