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Image Resize Tool 1.0

  • Proportionally or directly resize a set of images.
  • Convert between most common image formats.
  • Supported input formats: JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, EMF, WMF, ICO.
  • Supported output formats: JPEG, GIF, PNG.
  • Control parameters of resulting images (JPEG quality, color modes, etc.).
  • Create grayscale versions of colored images.
  • Append textual labels (copyright notices) on images.
  • Append graphic watermarks on images.
  • Control font, size, color, background, transparency and position of textual labels and graphic watermarks.
  • Rename a set of images against a predefined naming template.
  • No installation required, may be run from a USB storage device.
  • Free to use for non-commercial and commercial purposes.
  • Lighweight - less than 500 Kb required for program executable.

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