|First Download and install the Image Resizer
Then find the images that you would like to resize. Display your images in a more convenient way by using the "thumbnail" view option in XP or view "icons" in VISTA (see figure 1)
To select the images you would like to resize, you can do this in one of three ways.
1. if you want to select all the images hit CTRL+A on your keyboard
2. click on an image and hold your click until you have circled all the images you would like to resize.
3. Or you can simple hold down the CTRL key while clicking on each image that you want to resize.
Once the images are selected, right click over the highlighted images and select the option “VSO Image Resizer”
Now a new window opens which is the main interface of Image Resizer:
It's the list all the preset profiles that can be selected. (1) you can enter in your own custom profile and save it by click on the floppy disc icon, or you can delete certain profiles you will not be using by selecting them and click on the red “x”.
(2) Click on “More” for more options:
Let’s take a look at each of the options numbered in Figure 4:
(1) Resolution is defined in pixels, you can enter your personalized resolution; do not forget that you can select a preset profile for your images just above this option.
(2) Filtering gives you quality options: Linear, Fast Linear, Lanczos, and Cubic.
(3) Format offers the following format conversions for your images: As original, Bitmap (.BMP), JPEG (.JPG), GIF (.GIF), PNG (.PNG), TIFF (.TIF)
(4) Quality is an option available only if you want to convert your images format to a JPEG or leave as Original
(5) Keep aspect ration of original will, if checked, keep your images height and width proportional to the original image.
(6) Adjust resolution for portrait will record/save the output image(s) as a portrait directly applying the portrait flag (possible only if originals are portrait images / photos shot when camera is turned vertically).
(7) Filename Mask allows you to provide a new name to the files you are resizing using predefined tags, click on the question mark icon to see what tags exists.
(8 ) Action allows you to choose whether you would like to make a “copy” of the images you are working with, “Resize the original”, or “move” the converted images to another location.
(9) Destination is where you would like your images to go (only available if you selected option “move” or “create copies” under action (6)), by default this destination is the same place as the original image
So, to resize your images either select the profile size you would like to use or enter the desired Resolution (1) in figure 4.
By default leave the filtering as linear unless you prefer otherwise (2).
Select the format you would like to convert your image(s) to (3).
Select the quality (4), or leave at 90% (default setting)
Select the action (8 ), create a copy of original, ‘move’ the image, or resize the original.
Select a destination (9) of where you want your images to go only if you have selected the action ‘copy’ or ‘move’.
And click “OK”:
These are the next windows you will see.
VSO Image Resizer has now resized your images! Now you know how to resize digital images for the web.
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