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Image Resize

Image Resize

PicMagic Tools allows you to resize multiple images by width, height, giving exact dimensions or by percentage. It will auto set the height if you enter the width and vice versa. It saves the processing time to don’t process the images that are already the same or less than the original size of the image. Please follow the steps to resize images in bulk.

Step 1: Start the PicMagic Tools and click on “Image Resize” from the left listed menu.

Image Resize: select image resize

Step 2: Select the images by adding the folder of images or select images from different folders.

Image Resize: import images

All images in the list are selected by default. If you want to skip some images from compression then unchecked those images from the list.

Image Resize: skip images

You can also preview the photos by clicking on them one by one. It will show the images on the right side of the list in “Image Preview”.

Image Resize: preview image

Step 3: Now choose the desired function;

  • Resize by width (Enter the width and height will be automatically set)
  • Resize by height (Enter the height and width will be automatically set)
  • Resize by exact dimensions (Enter the both width & height)
  • Resize by percentage (Drag the pointer on slider to set the percentage of resize)

Image Resize: select resize options

Step 4: Tick the checkbox below the resize options. It will help to don’t resize the images that original size is less than a new one.

Image Resize: original size less then new

Step 5: After that choose the destination folder by clicking on the “Browse” button.

Image Resize: select destination folder

You can also create a new folder through it.

Image Resize: create new destination folder

Step 6: Now click on the “Process” button on the bottom on the right corner. It will start the process.

Image Resize: start resizing process

The process takes some time for completion.

Image Resize: process images

After completion, you can see the images in the destination folder that you selected.

 

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