It is quite easy to resize a single image within minutes but when you have hundreds or thousands of images to resize you will understand how difficult it could be. The idea of repeating the same process for each photo is mind numbing.
If you ever wished there was a way you could resize bulk photos at once, then your wish has been granted today. Today I want to introduce you to a very easy way to resize bulk photos at a time with minimal effort and time.
Fotoziser is a free batch photo/image resize tool that will let you resize hundreds of photos all at once. With Fotosizer you don’t have to resize your photos one after the other. Simply select all the images you want to resize and get the job done in few minutes.
Fotosizer is a free Windows application I use to resize bulk photos all at once. It saves me time, effort and resources. With Fotosizer you can easily resize hundreds of photos with few clicks. This application supports Windows 2000, Windows XP, Widows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 (32 and 64bit). No Mac version is available yet.
How to resize bulk photos with Fotosizer:
You can simply select images (Add image) or an entire folder (Add Folder) to resize by navigating through a file tree.
Then you choose the output format and destination and click the ‘Start’ button to get the job started.
You can also add other optional effects to apply to the images such as Black and White, Negative or Sepia or you can even choose to rotate the photos on conversion.
Fotosizer is one of my favorite apps to batch rename, convert and resize photos. So if you are someone that works with a lot of images, you will definitely find this application very useful.
Have you used this application in the past? What was your experience with it? Did you find it useful as described in this article? Share your experience or expectations with me using the comment section below.