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Virus Scan for Light Image Resizer (akaVSO)

Resize and Convert Digital Images in Batch

Light Image Resizer lets you resize and convert images in batch mode, shrinking their file sizes and freeing up valuable disk space.

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What are people saying about Light Image Resizer (akaVSO)

Bxxxx Oxxxx Hi
I tried to install it, but it wanted to install tons of other irrelevant programs as well, under heavy internet exchange

I turned off internet and the installation failed.
Is this a software that will continue to create undesired
internet traffic all the time in the background?

Is there an activation that will annoy at each migration to a new PC?
(=Cripple-ware ?? )
Oct 9 2011 at 2:05am Copy Link
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Fabrice Meuwissen hi Bxxx, you should know there is always an option to not install the side offers, it is just by turning off the "offer" button during install. you can cancel, it is not forced at the installation.

no the program doesn't need internet connection to work, it is just posting some stats but you can also turn them off.

there is no activation process , it is just a key to turn it to pro version.
ObviousIdea - Oct 9 2011 at 2:21am Copy Link
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Fabrice Meuwissen I understand now, you get the download from our web site, where different partners are used for the download manager.
ObviousIdea - Oct 9 2011 at 3:22am Copy Link
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Richard Andersen If you ask me, manipulating your images just to free up disk space is a bad idea. Disk space cost almost nothing these days, but your pictures generally always lose some quality which is impossible to get back again later, when they're edited or manipulated . So I'd say: always keep a copy of the originals, that will ensure you'll get the best results if you need to edit or manipulate the pictures at some point later.
Oct 9 2011 at 12:54pm Copy Link
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Fabrice Meuwissen @Richard, that's not how people are using it, they resize pictures for copies indeed ( that's what we recommand ) to publish, send by email or for web editing.
the software could used also to convert raw to jpeg for people which doesn't have raw pro photographic tools.
and finally as a batch to make all different sources image to the same size.
ObviousIdea - Oct 9 2011 at 1:12pm Copy Link
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Michel Blondeau One licence for how many pc if the same user?
Oct 9 2011 at 1:30pm Copy Link
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Fabrice Meuwissen if same user, it is not limited to number of computers ( assuming a few like 1 desktop and 1 laptop )
ObviousIdea - Oct 9 2011 at 1:39pm Copy Link
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Richard Andersen @Fabrice

Well I was refering to this statement:

"As digital photography becomes more advanced, the extreme level of detail in your photos means larger and larger file sizes! In fact, if you were to survey your hard drive to see which files occupy the most space, chances are that photos are eating a huge chunk! The best way to reclaim a lot of this disk space is by using Light Image Resizer.

Light Image Resizer lets you resize and convert images in batch mode, shrinking their file sizes and freeing up valuable disk space. With Light Image Resizer, you'll be able to reduce all of your digital photos to more manageable sizes, while receiving a summary of exactly how much disk space you've reclaimed after each resizing."

To me that seems to be a rather clear suggestion for resizing your pictures to free up disk space. People who don't know much about these things may take you on the word without being aware of the consequences. If that's not what you meant, maybe you should reformulate it?
Oct 9 2011 at 1:53pm Copy Link
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Fabrice Meuwissen yes Richard, in this case, you are probably right and the description needs to be updated. English isn't my native language, so it is difficult for me to pick the awesome and reliable description of the software :)
ObviousIdea - Oct 9 2011 at 2:10pm Copy Link
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David H (Seattle) I'm interested, but I see at least 3 different files I could download to try it out; v1234 at 1.53MB, and two different sizes of v4.0.9.5 9.05 MB & 9.28 MB on the sidebar, all on the one webpage linked above. Which is the correct version?
Oct 9 2011 at 3:38pm Copy Link
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Fabrice Meuwissen one of the biggest , the first one is just a downloader.
ObviousIdea - Oct 9 2011 at 11:51pm Copy Link
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