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Batch Resize and Watermark

Batch Picture Resizer is an easy-to-use image resizing and watermarking tool. Modify large groups of images in just a few short steps.

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What are people saying about Batch Picture Resizer

shana T Are there more features in the Business version or exactly what is it?
Apr 12 2008 at 7:44am Copy Link
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Daniel H What is Free Updates Subscription [#300355487] option in the cart while buying. Does it mean that I get no updates for the software?
Mar 8 2010 at 9:08pm Copy Link
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Jon Koerner What is Batch Picture Resizer for Business????

When you click on the Buy button, it shows that as an option???

Why no answer to previous question??
Mar 13 2010 at 3:56pm Copy Link
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Eugene Ustinenkov 1. When you order a license, you will have free updates for all minor versions (3.1-3.9). Major updates are not free. Also this subscribtion gives you extended customer support.

2. Companies deploying or products and individuals using them on a work computer, including government employees, will need a Business license.
SoftOrbits Inc - Mar 15 2010 at 8:17am Copy Link
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Matt Hi. Thank you in advance for the free software.

Just wanted to let you know that on the Trial Version, your Normalize Colors checkbox is spelled wrong. You have it spelled "Normolize".

Thanks again.
Aug 28 2012 at 4:11am Copy Link
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Ernest Kennedy Hi, Thanks for doing this giveaway.

I use win 7 ultimate edition 64 bit so will this software work under x64 ?
Win 7 is not listed in "Platforms".
Thanks in advance for any reply to this question.
Aug 29 2012 at 3:57am Copy Link
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Matt Hi Ernest, I'm using the trial version on Win 7-64 and it seems to be working perfectly.
Aug 29 2012 at 6:10am Copy Link
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Ernest Kennedy To J Bell, Thanks for the info I'll give it a try.
Aug 29 2012 at 11:19am Copy Link
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Matt You're welcome, Ernest.
Aug 29 2012 at 8:15pm Copy Link
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gail f Again, thanks for offering for free. This looks to be VERY handy and helpful!
Aug 30 2012 at 5:11am Copy Link
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Andreas Hoffmann Hi,
is it possible to set/store predefined options as a kind of profile to use them later for a another bunch/batch of pix?
Thanks in advance + greetings - Andreas
Aug 30 2012 at 8:21am Copy Link
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Amit Is transfer to another computer allowed ?
Aug 31 2012 at 1:18am Copy Link
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govertz Thanks for the give away, it comes just in time, I have a ton of pictures that need resizing. :)
Aug 31 2012 at 2:35am Copy Link
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Neo Alive Did anybody get a registration code in their gmail email account?
Aug 31 2012 at 7:51am Copy Link
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ron r The website states for this license (the free license that is offered here: Personal, 29$)

"...You can use the program for non-commercial purposes in non-business, non commercial environment on 1 computer..."

If I would run a part-time (web)design service from my home, may I use this software?
Aug 31 2012 at 8:39am Copy Link
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Matt Hey ron r. Seems pretty simple. Run the software during the 'part-time' you're not running your business.
Aug 31 2012 at 8:58am Copy Link
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Marc L Does this have a command line option to batch convert images to grey scale?
Aug 31 2012 at 9:44am Copy Link
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William Tattors Not Working for me, output is solid color with no image
Aug 31 2012 at 2:31pm Copy Link
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John Gee This looks old. The installer out there was signed by a Cert that expired in January 2012 and it was signed at ?Tuesday, ?25 ?January ?2011 7:08:06 AM.
Is there a newer one avail that is code signed?
Else, this is a no no for me.
Aug 31 2012 at 4:07pm Copy Link
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Watcher1924 What is the registration and reinstallation policy?
Aug 31 2012 at 4:44pm Copy Link
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Phred E Before I try, Eugene, does your program retain all the metadata, Exif, particularly, with its reprocessing?
I assume you can save the resized files separately, just so that you can check on them before sending the originals to oblivion..
Aug 31 2012 at 8:41pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Watcher1924 There is a Policy tab over on the right of this page.
BitsDuJour Admin - Aug 31 2012 at 9:50pm Copy Link
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Ahmed Fahmy Sorry but what is the largest size you can resize to wiyjhout loss of quality
Dec 2 2012 at 11:42am Copy Link
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Michael R. Sometimes I need as a result from a given image an image with a given resolution.

But instead of resizing the complete picture, only the most important part is wanted (and the aspect ratio should not change).
So what is needed is a comfortable visual combination of cropping and resizing at the very same time.

Can BatchPictureResizer or another of your programs today do this (or any other program)?
Apr 7 2014 at 5:43pm Copy Link
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ARA ARA Das ist Super.
Apr 8 2014 at 3:15am Copy Link
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BearPup @Michael R.: Try Magix Photo Designer 7 freeware edition. You can crop to your heart's content, and when you have the part of the image you want, you then click on Image | Scale, and scale the cropped portion up or down.

To get this software you can go to Magix.com, click on download, scroll to the bottom of the download page, and click on View Free Software option (the file is named: photo_designer_7_28mb_us.exe). You can also get it via download sites such as Softpedia or CNET.

I hope this helps you out.
Regards,
BearPup
Apr 9 2014 at 5:41am Copy Link
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Michael R. @BearPub Thanks for your tipp.

If I understand it right, PhotoDesigner can do 1) crop 2) resize. But can it combine 1) and 2) to help me find the best region of the picture? As you describe what to do, I am not sure... If this is correct: Almost every photo-program has these two separate features included.

I'll try to explain the problem in an example:

Let's say we have an original picture with the size 2000x2000. I need a resulting picture with the size 320x200 (and it should keep the aspect-ratio of the original-picture, i.e. the horizontal/vertical proportions should be kept.)

If it could e.g. show a frame of the desired size 320x200 on top of the picture, allow me to move it around and resize it (keeping the aspect ratio (8:5)) I would be able to find my optimum-region of the picture. As you see that finding-process would be a combination of these two functionalities, I can't do just one after the other to get my best result. Finally a click on an 'execute'-button and the conversion could begin.

I think it's not such an uncommon problem and I think it's not so hard to implement, but I haven't seen it yet. Probably it's already somewhere in my installed graphic-software-programs... and perhaps in SoftOrbit's program??
Apr 9 2014 at 8:59am Copy Link
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Watcher1924 Does it have to be installed/registered before the end of the promotion?
Apr 9 2014 at 4:16pm Copy Link
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Mister User Question: Is your app capable of 'UPsizing'? In other words, making the image LARGER, and using an algorithm in the process, so it can "guess" what the newly created pixels should be, thus creating a larger picture WITHOUT pixelation.

I would appreciate a comment from the author.

Note: If this app DOES have this capability, it's value would be exponentially increased.

I eagerly await your answer.
Mar 2 2015 at 5:44am Copy Link
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Peter User Can this batch crop pictures?
Mar 2 2015 at 6:51am Copy Link
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Nick User Mister - Unless the image is in SVG format, 'UPsizing' is impossible to do. Even with a high PPI, the image would still come out pixelated.
Mar 2 2015 at 11:14am Copy Link
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Karol Kaminski How does it (29$) differ from XnConvert (always free)?
Mar 3 2015 at 6:06am Copy Link
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lemonade soda Nick, you are misunderstanding what Mister is asking for. He's not asking for magic that will create information that isn't there. What he is asking for is Anti-Aliasing/ Averaging / Smoothing or other better algorithm, so that an enlarged picture doesnt have jaggies.
Mar 3 2015 at 7:15am Copy Link
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tom User will this work with windows 8.1?
Mar 3 2015 at 12:03pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! SoftOrbits Inc has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Mar 4 2015 at 12:11am Copy Link
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User1 @ Mister User, I agree that it would be a valuable option, but it appears this just does the down-sizing that dozens of other apps do.
This looks like another 'orphan' bdj offering not supported by the vendor -- no answers yet.

@ Nick User What Mister User describes is definitely not impossible to do. There is software that does pixel interpolation of jpeg images. Combined with intelligent color blending and edge sharpening algorithms, it up-sizes images and produces surprisingly good results.
Mar 4 2015 at 3:57am Copy Link
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Philip101 Downloaded and installed from email link. Still says 'Unregistered version'. There were no steps in the installation process to retrieve licence key.
Please advise.
Mar 30 at 8:27pm Copy Link
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Mr Dave Same for me as for Pillip101 - no steps to get license key. I even tried to install twice. Unregistered Version.
Mar 30 at 9:11pm Copy Link
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JPR85470 This is the specialty of this company or even the registered software are found in trial version a few months after ...
Mar 31 at 1:29am Copy Link
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Ruijin User No licence key?
Mar 31 at 3:34am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @Ruijin User, Please follow the instructions from the receipt email in order to get your registration information.
BitsDuJour Admin - Mar 31 at 3:35am Copy Link
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Svend Ă–stergaard If you have your browser set to block popup windows, you will not be able to request a license key. Temporarily shut down that feature.
For me the installation very good and easy.
Mar 31 at 4:19am Copy Link
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Mr Dave Tried un-blocking pop-up windows in Google Chrome browser, then re-installed. No change, still no "steps" to follow to register program. Web page opens thanking me for installing, nothing else going on there. I completely uninstalled using SoftOrganizer, then reinstalled, no change. This program was not meant for my PC, I've wasted over an hour of my time already.

When I un-installed, SoftOrbits website asked my why. I told them if they can't make an install process that works, I have no trust that their programs will work either.

"Download the installer from the receipt email (this is important), then start the installation of the program and follow the steps (included in the installation process) to receive the registration key required to register the application."
--- Got installer by clicking Download within receipt email, no other way to get it that I know of.
--- There are no steps to follow.
Mar 31 at 10:27am Copy Link
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Wade Townsend Hi all,

I too had no problem with the install as the key to all of this is once downloaded from the e-mailed link you run the installer. Once begun it takes you to a screen within the installer showing an empty license key box with a selection underneath to Get Free License.
Click on that and it opens a browser window where you enter your e-mail address - be sure to use the same e-mail you used to get the product from BDJ...
Once entered a Free License# is provided that you copy and paste into the programs license box,
Then choose activate License and voila you can now complete the install of the program and run it...
Once more thing when you run the program for the 1st time a screen will come up with an offer for BDJ users to purchase the Lifetime version of this product for 50% off along with another offer. If you don't want it just click in the upper left corner and it goes away thus opening the program.

Hope this is helpful to those of you experiencing issues...
Mar 31 at 2:45pm Copy Link
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Mr Dave Wade, you are one of the lucky ones -- and thanks for your comment! I saw nothing like what you described. The installer installed the program, I let the installer run it, I got a program window and a web page opened that simply said something like "Thank you for installing...". Clicked on Help or something like that in the program, there was an option to register the software which required a license key, and an option to get a license key which opened a web page with pricing. Another option showed me sale prices on all their products. No where was an option to Get Free License.

All this *might* be because the first time I installed it, I did NOT let the installer run the program -- I wanted to be sure I had the installer downloaded from the email. If this is the case, then SoftOrganizer did not really clean out ALL traces of the program when I uninstalled it. And if this is the case, my apologies to SoftOrbits, I'm just a very stupid user who wanted to make sure I was doing things right. But no, there is absolutely no way I can find to make this process work on my PC. Apparently you get one chance only. Or, maybe it's because I have other giveaways from SoftOrbits, and they think that's enough. I'll never know...
Mar 31 at 5:45pm Copy Link
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Philip101 Seems to work for some, not for others. Not worth wasting any more time - uninstalled.
Mar 31 at 6:15pm Copy Link
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Wade Townsend @ Mr Dave: Sorry to hear of your installation troubles...

Problem could be that the downloaded files remain in your Windows Temp Folder - due to previous attempts to install it - that is if you are using Windows. If so empty your Temp. Folder, re-download the installer, and run it again as it should work.

Otherwise try contacting SoftOrbits T/S tomorrow and they should be able to assist you in getting this installed as you do have a few days grace period...

I must say it is a very convoluted way of installation - don't see many vendors using this process and am hoping they are following these threads to maybe make installation of their programs better in the future!!!
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