Digital Image Resizers
Help and Tips
Software to resize images / photos for web pages, sending via e-mail, and distribution via portable media. Software packages may also support image cropping, borders, watermarks, and other effects / features.
#1: Clone of Windows XP PowerToys Image Resizer
The Image Resizer Powertoy Clone lets you resize images from Explorer in Windows 2000 and up.
#2: Image Resizer and HTML Page Creator
ThumbNailer can resize your images and optionally create HTML galleries. Many customization options are available.
#3: Resize Images, Perform Cropping, Color Mode Adjusting, More
Able Batch Converter provides a variety of image manipulation options including adding borders and watermarks to images.
#4: Free Image Converter
Free Image Converter is a small, no-frills image resizing application for Windows currently in Beta.
#5: VSO Image Resizer for Windows
VSO Image Resizer can also add borders, image or text watermarks, or convert images to sepia or grayscale.
#6: Drag and Drop JPEG Photos to a Folder to Resize Them
Drag and drop JPEG photos to a folder to automatically resize them for e-mail, web, or presentations with DropResize.
#7: Resize a Batch of Photos for Webpages, Sharing, Presentations
Fotosizer for Windows allows you to resize and rotate a batch of photos, plus you can apply effects such as sepia tone.
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