Mass Resize of Photos to JPEG format


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mapper48

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Hi

Can anyone assist?

I want to resize all my photos to a jpeg format size picture so that I can just use it to send out as email. Currently the pictures are relatively large (about 3~4Mb size), and I want to do it in one go, not to individually load one up and then save as into a compressed format. Please enlighten me how.....


Thank you all.


:sweat: :dunno:
 

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Hi

Can anyone assist?

I want to resize all my photos to a jpeg format size picture so that I can just use it to send out as email. Currently the pictures are relatively large (about 3~4Mb size), and I want to do it in one go, not to individually load one up and then save as into a compressed format. Please enlighten me how.....


Thank you all.


:sweat: :dunno:
I am currently using ACDSee to do mass resizing and renaming. It has a built-in function to resize both the photos resolutions as well as the JPEG compression rate. :D
 

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Hi

You can try ImageMagick from www.imagemagick.org. Download and install it.
*** Make a copy of your photos in a separate directory e.g. c:\photos.
Then open a Command prompt and type in the following commands to resize to 50% of the original size. Or whatever % you want.
*** Make sure you run it on copies of your photos and not the originals.

c:\> cd \photos
c:\> mogrify -resize 50% *.jpg
 

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I use Irfanview. It has a very simple batch conversion & renaming function. You can choose to 'resample' (instead of 'resize') the images which gives a smoother result. You can even apply slight sharpening to every resampled image during the auto-conversion stage. The software can be downloaded for free at www.irfanview.com :)
 

oryzain

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Hi,
If you are Nikon user, you should have got Picture Project with the camera. I use the export feature to do my resizing. Works quite well for me.
 

LiOnElLiN

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Hi,
If you're using photoshop, you can go to:
File >> Scripts >> Image Processor


Then key in the maximum width and height dimensions you want for your photos:
 

#11
Hi

Can anyone assist?

I want to resize all my photos to a jpeg format size picture so that I can just use it to send out as email. Currently the pictures are relatively large (about 3~4Mb size), and I want to do it in one go, not to individually load one up and then save as into a compressed format. Please enlighten me how.....


Thank you all.


:sweat: :dunno:
I just use nikon view and under "tools>copy and resize as jpeg". save in a separate folder and add "_web". Choose the size and resolution. Good for websites and emails. I even use it for raw formats, and use edit if neccessary
 

mapper48

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Hi All

Thank you all for all those wonderful suggestions, I will first try out the Nikon method since I am using that camera.

A Million thanks to all of you, you are all angels in getting this newbie on the right path.

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:thumbsup: :D
 

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