Smolensk, Smolenskaya Russian Federation (PressExposure) June 10, 2007 -- In todayâs multimedia environment, when digital cameras, Internet and clip-art CDs are almost universal features, there are several frequent tasks, which should be done with a huge amount of pictures at once. It can be something like Â«resize all my photosÂ», or Â«watermark my own clip-artÂ», or Â«rotate and scale images for designÂ» and so on. The idea is: there are multiple images, and you want to do something simple with ALL of them. The solution is: Batch Picture Resizer.
As the name suggests, Batch Picture Resizer can resize a number of pictures at once. You just Add File or Add Folder, setup resizing options, and press Start. Using various options, you can resize images by an absolute (pixels) or relative (percents) value, change either dimension and preserve aspect ration of images.
But despite the name, the software is much more then just an Â«image resizerÂ». With the same ease as changing sizes, you can rotate each image (even the intelligent Auto rotation is supported), change its colors and file format. Then, there is several option for changing the resulting files names and destinations, making the program an excellent batch renaming/moving tool. And the last but not the least, Batch Picture Resizer contains additional module for watermarking images, allowing to overlay any text and images, with any transparency.
The application can be downloaded from http://www.softorbits.com