Softorbits has come up with a truly fast image resizer software, probably the fastest one ever. In following the ultimate goal of creating top quality software products, as well as outrunning and outgadgeting competitors, SoftOrbits places a great emphasis on functionality and user friendliness. This refers to the tool, which we are going to describe in this article. This software features a robust interface with all menus and options clearly observable and fully automatic batch resizing function available. Besides, it has been optimized to support both 32-bit and 64-bit operation systems (Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8).
The interface is laid out in such a way as to guide users in the proper direction. It offers an extensive choice of settings, including image height/width, which you can choose to be expressed in pixels or percentage. Apart from image resize options, you can add watermarks to your output images. Download the trial version of the resizer (64 bits or 32 bits) and check it now! Enjoy its easy-to-follow interface and check all the tools incorporated in it. In the following paragraphs, we are going to describe the whole process and teach you how to use this JPG resizing tool without losing quality of the source images.
The whole thing requires that you perform a few standard actions. Run the program. Navigate File menu and select the folder with a picture (or pictures), which you are going to edit. The images will be displayed in the upper section.
To add new files or folders, click Add File(s) or Add Folder below. To remove images from the list, use Remove Selected or Remove All buttons.
Adjust image width/height by typing in your desired pixel or percentage values. Tick resize options below, if necessary.
Preview images using the viewer window. Use Rotate options below the viewer and select appropriate image position.
Apply the Canvas Resize option to set canvas dimensions. Press the Watermark button and type in your text. Use your preferred font, background color, transparency and position options. Rename your files if necessary.
Set destination folder and press the Start button to launch batch-resizing.
If you get used to use the batch image resizer by Microsoft with Windows Explorer context menu integration, you will found that it stopped to work under Windows 7. That is one more advantage of Batch Picture Resizer, it works on Windows 7 and 8 and has system context menu integration.
If what you have just read has made you want to check this program right now, download the free demo version and test it on your images. This version is valid for only a limited period. When it expires, you will need to buy the registration key.