Image Sizer is a WYSIWYG photo resizer and image resizer utility that allows you to automatically resize images in order to send them to friends and family or to post them to the web. You can resize any image with the touch of a couple of buttons!
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Description: Image Sizer is a WYSIWYG photo resizer and image resizer utility that allows you to automatically resize images in order to send them to friends and family or to post them to the web. You can resize any image with the touch of a couple of buttons. Users have the options to manipulate the images, adjust the colors, constrast, rotation and crop them at will. You can also insert automatically a digital watermark in the pictures in order for them to be identified as yours. The produced resized images are optimized in size and are ready for your friends and family. Advanced users can select the compression in the photo resizer or the dimensions of the images. You can also specify a series of filter effects to modify the images and produce easily individual effects.
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