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    Regular Coder saeed's Avatar
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    Bulk Image Resizing

    I've got a folder in which there are about 250+ gif files. but with different dimensions .. I want to resize them all to similar sizes say 48x32

    I want to know any software which does the same.

    thanks,
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    Just google "Batch image resizer"

    The first one that came up is http://www.jklnsoft.com/
    its even freeware!

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    I prefer and use the one found here: http://www.faststone.org/FSResizerDetail.htm

    They also have some other useful tools.
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    if you use photoshop.... use action script and batch processing.... You can record your actions in the action pallete and then go to file menu and automate - batch processing.

    Hope this helps

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    Maybe A List Apart'll come to the rescue.

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    I actually love Irfanview, for many things besides batch processing. www.irfanview.com
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    Hi saeed,

    there is a too much simple Action of photoshop if you know how to use photoshop you can easily use it.
    ( you can edit or change my Action file ".atn" )

    First download my Photoshop Action file (.atn) when you double click on it this will open photoshop.
    ( YOU MUST HAVE INSTALLED PHOTOSHOP IN YOUR SYSTEM )

    Please follow this step:

    1) create 1 folder on Window Desktop "images".
    2) open all images that you want to resize .
    3) press "F2" keyboard shortcut.

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    now check your images file "size" and "dimension" if ok
    then Repeat step 3 "F2" keyboard shortcut on all images
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    this will save and close your image without changes of your real image

    PM: This mean if you have 250 images you need to press 250 time to hit "F2" shortcut key

    Attention! Don't press "F2" key whenever first image save and closed always wait else you will be hesitate

    Please don't hesitate to ask me any question if you have . Ask me I will give you answer with my pleasure.

    Best Regards,
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    Post Auto Resize With Batch Processing Tutorial.

    Very easy for all photoshop users. ( I'm useing photoshop 7 )

    if you have 250 or any number of images and want to resize them and save them all

    read it care fully.

    Auto resize all images into 48 by 32 and save them all into destination folder.

    Start here
    ==========

    Step 1: Download and Unzip file "Resize to 48 by 32"
    =====================================================
    1. Download zip file "Resize to 48 by 32.zip".
    2. Unzip file.

    Step 2: "Load Action File into Photoshop"
    ==========================================

    1. Open Photoshop.
    2. Open Action Panel from Window => Action.
    3. Look at "Top, Right" corner then click on "Arrow" then click "Load Actions..."
    4. Load "Resize to 48 by 32.atn".

    Step 3: "Batch File Process"
    =============================

    1. Create 1 folder on desktop "Source" and place all images files here that you want

    to resize.
    2. Create 1 folder on desktop "destination" all resize files will be save here.
    3. Open Photoshop.
    4. File => Automate => Batch..
    5. when open Batch window

    Play:
    =====
    Set = "Resize to 48 by 32".
    Action = "Resize to 48 by 32".

    Source = Folder
    =============
    Choose = "Select your desktop ( Source Folder ).

    Click "OK" all is done.
    Note: Also see Batch and load action instruction image file.


    Optional:
    =======

    If you know how to use Photoshop Action you can easily edit and can make your own

    Action that will resize and save as you want


    How to make your own Action in Photoshop


    How to do Batch Processing in Photoshop


    If you have any question, suggestion or any feedback I'm waiting for your reply.

    Best Regard,
    -Muhammad Usman
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