Adsen Thumbnailer is a simple image thumbnailer used to speed up the process of thumbnailing pictures within an entire folder. In addition, it allows you to rename these images if selected during the thumbnailing process.
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Description: Adsen Thumbnailer is a simple image thumbnailer used to speed up the process of thumbnailing pictures within an entire folder. In addition, it allows you to rename these images if selected during the thumbnailing process. It also enables you to add a prefix to the thumbnails if you choose to do so. This basic thumbnail generator lets you specify the size of your thumbnails.
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