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Old Jul 1, 2002, 8:15 PM   #1
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I am looking for a reasonable software package thatallows the resizing and resolution change of multiple pictures and then renames them automaticaly. I know you can do scripts with photoshop, but I am not looking for software that powerful
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Old Jul 11, 2002, 11:51 AM   #2
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Take a look at this site....IrfanVeiw Web Site It has been mentioned in the past on this site, and I use it just to bulk resize my photos to post and email. I don't know about renaming, but I wouldn't doubt that it could do it.
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Old Sep 3, 2002, 1:31 AM   #3
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PhotoCleaner is "for dummies" kind of a tool that allows resizing many images in a batch. It cannot do the renaming I think. Downloadable from http://www.photocleaner.com

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Old Sep 18, 2002, 12:15 PM   #4
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Default Give CompuPic and Digital Photo Slideshow a try...

I use CompuPic for batch renaming and quickly processing pics I take. It does all of my editing needs for the pictures and creates web pages of my pics for me.

I use Digital Photo Slide Show to batch resize my photos before posting them to the web. This also has a utility to make autorun CDs of your pics.





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Old Apr 3, 2003, 6:15 PM   #5
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Default Free batch resizing/watermarking/compressing/renaming tool

Well, I needed it, so I coded it myself. take a look:

http://www.performancetotal.com/ThumbMarker/main.aspx
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I'd use the batch option located under automate in Photoshop. Just record an action by doing whatever you want on 1 pic thenchoose your action, the folder where you pics are located and run the batch. Very efficient.

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Old Sep 30, 2004, 6:58 PM   #7
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resizing and resolution change of multiple pictures.....renames them.
Use Irfanview for the batch resizing (and other twiddles at the same time if you want them), and direct the output to a new folder. Irfanview is amazingly useful, and everyone should have it.

Then use CKRename (find it using Google) to rename the files.

Good luck!
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Old Oct 1, 2004, 5:03 PM   #8
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Have you tried PhotoZoom Pro 1.095?Itincludes batch processing and gives superb results.

Download demo (Windows version):
http://www.trulyphotomagic.com/products/photozoompro/pc/download/

Download demo (Mac version):
http://www.trulyphotomagic.com/products/photozoompro/mac/download/


Here's a great comparison between many diferent tools:
http://www.americaswonderlands.com/digital_photo_interpolation.htm


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I'll have to go with Alan T & Brooks in support of IrfanView. http://www.tucows.com/preview/194967.html.

However, I would suggest that you make use of IfranView's ability to convert and rename all in one easy step. After File > Batch Conversion/Rename, just select the "Use Advanced Options" checkbox (bottom right) then Click the "Set Advanced Options" and go crazy will all the easy-to-use settings.

I was able to covert my 85 files to JPEG, relocate & rename them, slightly reduce quality and resize them so that the long dimension was no bigger than 750px -- all in one step.

Plus, the file is under 1MB!! A must have.
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Old Oct 11, 2004, 11:15 AM   #10
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ThumbsPlus can do any operation you want in Batch mode, you can use as many or as few of its tools in the batch. I often resize, brighten, and save at a lower JPEG quality and then apply to a whole folder of images. You can overwrite originals (not recommended) or save new files to a different folder.

http://www.thumbsplus.com
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