If you have several digital cameras in your family and often exchange photo archives with your friends, you know how hard it is to manage thousands of photos scattered across various folders on your hard drive, optical disks and memory cards. In addition, photos downloaded from various cameras seem to have identical names and often have different resolutions, which makes it hard to quickly locate the photos you need or upload them to an Internet album. If you still havent figured out how to manage your vast photo collection efficiently, FastFotoScale is the answer you need so much!
FastFotoScale is a powerful tool for bulk renaming, resizing and modifying thousands of images in a couple of mouse clicks. The software is capable of quickly processing photo archives of any size and performing a number of operations: renaming, cropping, resizing, converting into a different format, purging EXIF information, changing the aspect ratio and much more. FastFotoScale can be used for turning a heterogenous photo archive into one with properly aligned resolutions, cropped edges, unambiguous names and a well-readable structure. The program is an ideal tool for compiling photos into photo albums to be distributed on CD/DVD disks or uploaded to the web. Thanks to its intuitive tabbed interface, all of its features are within a couple of mouse clicks, which makes working with the program is a breeze.
If you like order and would like to be able to quickly locate any photo from your vast collection, FastFotoScale is just what the doctor ordered. Affordable, functional and truly indispensable in a whole lot of cases, FastFotoScale will not disappoint you!
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