Photos Resizer is a Batch Image Resizer to quickly resize, rotate, flip or rename images in a batch. Test it out as Free version allows you to resize 15 Photos for Free.
Photos Resizer is a lightweight app to resize images in a batch. The application has been made like a wizard where you can apply several editing functions to a batch of images. You can skip the functions that you do not wish to perform on the selected photos.
The available options are Crop Images, Rotate Images, Resize Images, Rename Images, Change format and Optimize selective images. You can perform multiple operations on the batch of images in order.
Features of Photos Resizer:
• New, Streamlined, Super Fast, Responsive and easy to use User Interface
• Easy and fast, drag and drop images or folders with images or Photos Library onto the main window, review and start processing.
• Crop images to a custom size you need.
• Rotate images or change their orientation. Flip them horizontally or vertically.
• Resize images from as little as 1px up to 10000px without loss of quality.
• Batch Rename the processed images.
• You can even change the format of the original images to any other format of your choice.
• Supports Image and thumbnail caching, image asynchronous loading.
Why do one need to resize images on Mac?
There are many reasons to resize pictures or photos on a Mac. This may be to make them better fit into a document or email, or to used resized images on webpages or they can be used to be set as a wallpaper on your desktop, or for many other purposes. Additionally, resizing an image can be useful to reduce the file size of an image as well as a smaller resolution tends to have a smaller file size. Whatever the purpose of resizing, Photos Resizer provides you the fastest way to resize a single photo or a batch of photos on your Mac.
How does Photos Resizer works?
1. Add Images to Photos Resizer by simply dragging Photos Library, images or folders with images on the main Window.
2. The added Images are presented to be reviewed before proceeding to editing.
3. The next step is to Crop Images. If you do not want to apply Crop settings, you simply need to keep "Skip this Step" checked and proceed to next step using the "Next Button". "Skip this Step" is available on each step and should be unchecked to apply settings from that step.
4. You can select the Crop rectangle or use a pre-specified dimension to apply Crop setting. Once done, you just need to click the blue tick button to apply the selected settings on all the selected images.
5. If you are not happy with the crop settings, you can Reset the settings using the "Cross" button and the images will be reverted on the fly.
6. You can now move to the next step - Rotate where you can rotate the selected images. If you have applied the Crop settings, the images will first be cropped and then the Rotate settings will be applied.
7. After the rotate settings are applied (or the step is skipped), you can move to the next step where you can Resize the selected images.
8. After applying the resizing settings, you can proceed to next step of Renaming the selected images a per your preference to be processed and saved in new names.
9. In the Next step you can change the Output format of the images and can selected from various common formats.
10. If you have selected JPEG format in the previous step, you can optimize the images in the next step.
11. The next step allows you to select the Output folder where the processed images will be saved. You can even save the images to their source location.
12. Once you set the output folder, you can start the batch processing to process the images as per the settings selected on each step and saved to the specified output folder.
13 A summary of the settings applied will be presented after all the images are processed and saved.
Photos Resizer is impressively full featured for resizing, rotating, cropping or renaming batch of images. However, It does not supports Touch bar.
Photos Resizer is macOS's 'Dark Mode' compatible! Works great in both Light and Dark mode!
Upgraded to work well with macOS Big Sur.
Ratings and Reviews
The only feature I wanted to use was resize feature, it was the only one that wasn't editable.
Way too clunky
Takes forever to setup a process. Then once I do, it gives a nightmare of a path ot the processed images. I want to resize to a certain width and auto height, but the images are forced to be padded with a color. Definitely not for me. Need major improvements. I'll gladly change my review if improvements are made.
Developer Response ,
When you resize, on the resize settings screen, there is an option to give Background Color. Kindly keep that option unchecked and no background color will be added.
We will be more than happy to fix any and all issues you are seeing.
Kindly reach out to us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will take it up for you from there.
Wise Tech Labs Support Team
Wont Resize Photos Properly
Running Photos Resizer version 2.1 (28) on 2017 15 inch MBP macOS Big Sur version 11.1
Tried resizing 110 photos, all non standard random sizes. Wanted all photos to be 1024 x 768 (with color padding for those that needed it). The padding worked great, but instead of resizing all the photos to 1024 x 768 it doubled the size to 2048 x 1536. It resized every photo to that size, so at least it was uniformly incorrect.
I ran the process again and it still did the same thing (doubling the size).
I ran the process on the photos that were doubled in size to reduce them to 1024 x 768 and it kept them the same 2048 x 1536.
I then tried to reduce the size with the percentage option instead of entering the specific value. I figured that if they were doubled in size, I would run them at 50%. It still kept them at 2048 x 1536.
I tried reducing them one last time using the percentage option and set it at 25%. FINALLY it worked.
If you are trying to enlarge a photo, it seems to double whatever value you enter into Step 4 (the actual resize step). If you are trying to reduce a photo size, you have to double the value you want to reduce it by.
Enlarge Example: I have a 500 x 700 pixel photo and want to make it 1000 x 1400. If you enter 1000 x 1400 it will actually make it 2000 x 2800.
Reduce Example: I have a 500 x 700 picel photo and want to reduce it by 50%. If you enter 50% it wont do anything and it will stay the same size, you have to enter 25% in order to reduce it by 50%.
Hope this makes sense
Developer Response ,
Wish you a wonderful 2021!
Thank you for the feedback and sorry for the inconvenience you have faced.
Can you please reach out to us at email@example.com
We want you to have a perfect product and we'll fix any and all issues you are facing.
Are you using a retina display? Can you please tell us about your System Configuration?
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