TUTORIAL - How to resize your Images for posting.......
Convert between different graphic formats
Configurable compression/resolution ratio
Support file formats: Jpeg, gif, bmp, tiff etc
Support Digital Camera RAW formats: Canon .CR2, Nikon .NEF , .MRW Minolta
Handle single picture or batch mode
Customizable templates for renaming files
You can add your own watermark file
Reduce size photos perfect for web publishing/share photos by email
Integrate in windows explorer or works as a stand-alone application
Import directly from your memory cards
Save history of destination folder
Variable options and settings for advanced users
Multilingual support (available languages...)
Optimized for Windows 2000 / XP / Vista
How to resize images:
The VSO free image resize software organizes your photos by changing their resolution or moving them within your hard drive.
VSO Image resizer is the perfect tool for those who store their digital pictures and images on their PC and who want to resize,
compress, convert, create copies, create thumbnails, import or organize photos.
With this free resize image software, you can create e-mail friendly versions of your images, load them faster, move them easily from folder to folder, change their format, edit large numbers of image files/batch image resize and thus save space on your hard drive. Using high resolution 1600x1200 for creating wallpaper or file-sharing you can save your memory.
VSO Image Resizer can also change file names using a template and you can add your own watermark with transparency support.
VSO Image resizer is integrated into the Windows explorer shell, right click on your pictures and start working on your pictures!
Once downloaded and installed, simply double-click on the "Image Resizer" icon.
This will bring up the control panel. At the top, select your image from the "Look In" menu.
Once the image is selected, another panel opens and you will see the many options to choose from, e.g.
Profile - this gives you the option of choosing the resolution you want or, you can manually insert the "size" of the image you wish to resize to.
You then choose the "Action" you wish - that is........."Create Copies," "Resize Original," or, "Move."
Then choose your "Destination Folder" and click on "OK."