Fast Resize 1.0.2 (Win&Mac) era disponibile come app gratuita il 01 aprile 2017!
Ci sono molti tool e modi per rimpicciolire immagini. Fast Resize è in grado di fare tutto questo con almeno due passaggi in meno rispetto ad altri programmi.
È sufficiente trascinare poche immagini o persino un'intera cartella contenente molte immagini sull'icona del programma e la cartella contenente le immagini ridimensionate si apriranno automaticamente.
Poi, puoi facilmente trascinare le tue immagini su un client email. Ridimensionare le tue immagini con le impostazioni di default Fast Resizes ti permetteranno facilmente di inviare fino a 20 di queste immagini in una email con i migliori service provider.
Gli utenti MAC possono scaricare il pacchetto qui
Win XP or newer; Mac OSX 10.7 or newer
Sort´n´Rename è la soluzione più flessibile per rinominare i file. Vengono create sempre più immagini ogni giorno. Il ritorno da una vacanza oppure un evento per cui ti ritrovi centinaia di foto da più di una camera senza contare le foto da smartphone. Come fare per selezionare e navigare tra tutte queste foto? Un buon archivio inizia con i nomi parlanti dei file. Questo aiuta anche a trovare le immagini via i tool di ricerca del SO. Inoltre, i nomi parlanti dei file offrono una buona panoramica nella visualizzazione delle liste e evita confusioni. Ma come rinominare tante foto senza che questo diventi un lavoro da fare ogni anno?
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does this do ANYTHING that the always free Irfanview doesn't?
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TK: Not really. Quite why the developer is even bothering to market it is a mystery. Irfanview, amongst all its multitudinous accomplishments, has facilitated batch re-sizing for many a long year and allows a great deal of fine-tuning of output, too.
Procedure is child's play: open Irfanview program and empty (black) screen appears / on keyboard, type lower case 'b' / Batch Conversion screen now opens / select image file format from drop-down menu in 'Files of type' / use 'Look in' folder browser at top right of this screen to select whichever folder contains the images you wish to batch / select choice of images ('Add') or select all images ('Add all') / choose preferred conversion settings from left of screen / choose output directory for batched files / click 'Start batch'.
As to file sizes (NOT image dimensions: they're two different things) for emailing, then Balesio's always-free FILEminimizer Pictures is fast, accurate, offers three standard compression settings (Low/Print; Standard; and Web/email compression) or choose your own 'Custom'. FILEminimizer Pictures strips out data that bulks up an original file size and in my considerable experience of this freeware produces file sizes reduced by up to 75% without any loss of detail whatsoever when viewed on a computer screen.
Thanks, GOTD, and thanks too, to today's developer Picture Instruments, but the retail sticker / $25 re-install cost of this software is a serious disincentive to its commercial success when there are so many freeware 'picture instruments' already out there.
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Don't be so quick to judge this app!
I acquired it via another give away site recently and I can assure you this is a highly refined application that works flawlessly, with lots of attention to detail.
(The kind of quality one comes to expect from most German developers).
BTW; 'TK', it performs BOTH file re-sizing and image dimension changes.
Here is a link to a PDF Help File:
Here is a link to a tutorial video that walks you through the basics:
Note: My OS is Windows 7 -- the right click utility that Microsoft provided for WIn XP would not work with my current OS, so, I located a clone for that utility that was written for Win 7 users and yes it works pretty good.
HOWEVER, today's offering blows it out of the water.
Note: I have no affiliation with this company. I am just a satisfied user that didn't like seeing the misinformed comments posted today about this offering. I would like to see more quality offerings here, that are of comparable quality. We don't need more converters!
So give this app a chance. THEN come back here and post an informed comment.
Also, re: the asking price... I rarely purchase software, but I would consider paying for this app. I am impressed by quality and attention to detail and responsiveness of software developers. It's a rarity today and when I see it I like to applaud it.
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My suggestion to the devs would be to be the 1st, or among the 1st to include Google's Guetzli in their app -- the 1st apps to do so will stand out from the crowd, & I'd imagine it would be a good selling point.
""Google has developed and open-sourced a new JPEG algorithm that reduces file size by about 35 percent—or alternatively, image quality can be significantly improved while keeping file size constant. Importantly, and unlike some of its other efforts in image compression (WebP, WebM), Google's new JPEGs are completely compatible with existing browsers, devices, photo editing apps, and the JPEG standard."
If it helps at all...
The jpeg format is similar to mp3, in that it looks for parts in an image that can be deleted without compromising that image *too* much, the same way that mp3 throws out audio data you hopefully won't miss. The jpeg quality level set determines how much is thrown away, & thus how small the file is. Re--encoding a jpeg image [saving an edited jpeg as a jpeg] you lose data twice, which is where the Google code could come in.
Images also have two measurements, pixels & dpi or ppi. A web page normally has images at the standard monitor 96 dpi, same as what you'd probably send/receive via email. When you use a scanner or printer you're often dealing with 300 or 600 dpi. If you were to print a 96 dpi image, either the printer &/or its software will upscale the image, lowering quality, or it will convert it to a higher dpi, keeping the original quality, but shrinking the dimensions of the image.
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What's the advantage over any other image viewer with batch functionality (e.g. FastStone Image Viewer)?
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