If there’s one thing that most people find tedious about having to resize images it’s when there are a lot of images that need to all be resized. Unfortunately that is an all too common occurrence nowadays, as images often need to be resized in bulk so that their dimensions and file size can be made smaller or so they can fit into a certain frame size to be printed or published on a website.
Assuming you find yourself in that situation, Movavi Photo Batch will be able to help out and make the entire process a lot less time consuming. It is a photo resizer that will help you to resize and tweak your images in bulk so that you don’t need to do so individually.
Also because of its intuitive design you won’t need to jump through any hoops and can get the job done in a few clicks at most. When you want to resize your images, Movavi Photo Batch will hand you several different methods of doing so. Using the software you can choose to scale your images and shrink or expand them by a certain percentage of their original size, fit the images into a specific frame size, or simply resize them to a set of dimensions. Depending on your needs and whether or not you want to preserve the aspect ratio you should be able to use one of these methods to get your image to the size that you want it to be.
Additionally Movavi Photo Batch also has other features that you may want to use to tweak your images and:
- Convert the image format to TIFF, BMP, JPEG, PNG or any other format depending on your needs.
- Enhance the quality of your images by automatically optimizing the white balance, brightness, and contrast.
- Rotate and flip images either in bulk or individually so that they are all oriented the right way.
- Rename all your images to follow a certain naming schema to make them easier to organize.
As you can see, these features should cover all the ground that you need when dealing with images on a day to day basis. Regardless of whether you want a tool to help you resize images on a regular basis or just once in a while, the fact that Movavi Photo Batch can make is so much easier should be reason enough to give it a try.