QuickResizer resizes and converts graphic files (JPG, TIF, GIF, PNG, BMP) in batches. You can launch QuickResizer from Windows Explorer's context menu by right-clicking on the file, or you can drag and drop your picture files onto QuickResizer.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:34
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
QuickResizerAPI 1.0.0 QuickResizerAPI resizes and convertes graphic files (JPG, TIF, GIF, PNG, BMP) in batches. It is a tool for advance users and programmers. It is callable by any .Net languages (C#, VB .Net, Managed C++, etc). It can also be called from DOS.
ImageCycler 1.0.0 ImageCycler is a unique slide show program that cycles through and displays photos in a folder.
You can resize ImageCycler's window when the program is running and your photos will be stretched proportionally to fit to the size of the window.
Description: QuickResizer resizes and converts image files in batches. It is a convenient tool to quickly shrink your picture files to a smaller size before sending them via email or posting them on the Web. It saves you time from having to open each file individually in a graphic software, resize it, and then save it. You can launch QuickResizer from Windows Explorer's context menu by right-clicking on the file, or you can drag and drop your picture files onto QuickResizer. You can choose to resize your picture files by percent or by width and height. You can also convert the file formats in batches. Formats available are: JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG, and TIF.
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