Even mainstream digital cameras these days are capable of taking pictures at amazing resolutions that are hardly suitable for publishing online without downscaling. Posting to social networks and online image hosting services requires resolutions many times lower than the one that you camera provides, since smaller images take less time to download and generally improve viewers’ experience. If you take lots of photos and share them with the world, you simply can’t do without an efficient and easy-to-use image resizing tool like Cool Resizer 2012!
Cool Resizer 2012 is a compact and very affordable image resizing tool that uses a 1-2-3 approach to downscaling your images. The program interface is very intuitive and consists of a single window that allows you to select a folder on your hard drive containing images to be resized and the desired output resolution. You can either select specific images for downscaling or click the «Select all» button to select all the images in the current folder. Once done, select one of the predefined output quality options (ranging from «Small thumbnail (120 pixels)» to «Very large (1600 pixels)», a total of 9 resolutions) and hit the «Start resizing!» button. Resized images will be placed to a «resized» subfolder of the current folder.
As you see, downscaling images with Cool Resizer is more than easy, so go ahead and try the demo version right now! The tool is literally a no-brainer and will save you a considerable amount of time if you convert a lot of images on a regular basis.
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