Editing image size - batch conversion

  cluckinbell 12:35 02 Sep 08
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I'm looking for some time saving help for a work related issue. We have an excel spreadsheet that surveyors input photographs into, theses photographs are then stretched to fit the box each time.

The box is a set height and width, is there a way of editing the size of each photograph in a batch so they are already the correct size and can then just be inserted in one action?

  griffon56 12:53 02 Sep 08

Hi cluckinbell, there's a free program called PIXresizer at click here which can batch resize and preserve aspect ratio and so on.

I've used it for some time and find it easy and efficient.

There's another at click here which I haven't tried but is also free to use.

  Jak_1 14:01 02 Sep 08

Irfanview will also do this plus many other things, it also is a free program.

click here

  cluckinbell 14:17 02 Sep 08

Thnaks guys, very usefull, just what i was looking for.

  keef66 15:34 02 Sep 08

Search the Microsoft site for Powertoys. One of them is an image resizer. Small download, installs in seconds. You can select multiple images and resize them all at once.

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