How to Resize Photos with Free Smart Free Photo Resizer?
- 1. Input Photos
- 2. Choose Resizing Settings
- 3. Choose Conversion Settings
- 4. Start Processing
When you're choosing image file to post on a website, the most important criterion is file size. On the web, the larger the image size the longer it will take the web page to load. For this, you want file size to be small so it doesn't take too long to download each image. Smart Free Photo Resizer can resize hundreds of images in Pixels, Percentage or based on one side at once for Web, e-mail, photo printing, Facebook, MySpace, mobile phone, etc.
Click "Add File(s)" or "Add Folder" to import the photos or the folder containing the photos you want to process. You can also drag them to or copy and paste them to the file queue. After you input the photos, you can see some details of the photos like filename, location, size date created & date modified. If you click on a photo listed, you can preview it on the right with more info like file type, dimensions & color mode.
Click "Effects" and in the "Resize" tab, check "Resize", then you can perform some resizing settings. You can choose the filter you need from the "Filter" dropdown menu according to your needs of quality and speed. There are 3 ways to resize the photos. Check the one you need and there are more settings that can be made.
Resize in Pixels: enter the values for width
and height you want, or you can choose a standard size from
Resize in Percentage: enter the percentage you want to reduce or enlarge the photos, or you can choose a standard percentage size.
Resize based on one side: if needed, you can also define the Pixels for only one side of the photo, or choose the standard pixel size. During conversion, our photo resizer will automatically adjust the other side to keep the original ratio of the photo.
There are more adjustments you can make like flip, rotation
and watermark & text insertion. Remember to click "OK" When
you finished the settings in each tab.
By default, the output folder is the same as the source folder. Click "Options" and in "Conversion" tab you can change it. You can also choose to overwrite or rename the file if a name conflict exists in the output folder. In "Misc" tab, you can choose whether to prompt confirmation message box and play reminder sound.
In the "Output Format" menu, you can choose the image format you want and click "Encoder Settings..." to adjust compression, quality, color mode, etc. of the format you choose.
When you have finished all settings, click "Convert" to start conversion. You can see a "Status" window showing the conversion info of the photo being processed and the overall progress bar. When the conversion is complete, you can click "Open output folder" in the prompted window to directly find your resized photos.
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