Multiple Image Resizer .NET

Multiple Image Resizer .NET

Multiple Image Resizer .NET allows you to edit your image files
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The possibility of performing a large number of complex tasks in a short time and in a simple way is surely appealing to anyone, at anytime and in any circumstances. That’s also the principle that stood at the basis of creating Multiple Image Resizer .NET: performing multiple tasks at once, in a fast and easy manner.

Multiple Image Resizer .NET was created with the sole purpose of making it easy for any users to perform a large variety of operations on multiple image files at once. These operations are: resize, rotate, flip, crop, and add borders, texts or overlay images to those photos. I like the fact that it supports all the important operations that one could want to perform to some photos. I also appreciate that its interface is intuitive and completely customizable (you can change its skin or what processing options you want it to display). Furthermore, I consider the preview window to be a very important feature, as it lets you view how any changes will affect the photos before actually operating those changes.

This application can batch process the photos with high speed thanks to the support for multi-core processors. It is also able of loading and processing a large variety of image file formats, including the most popular ones like JPG, PNG, BMP or GIF. Another big advantage is, in my opinion, that it supports a large variety of RAW camera image files.

As you may see, Multiple Image Resizer .NET offers a lot and leaves no room for feeling the need of any improvement or for complaints. It’s a tool that shouldn’t miss from the computer of anyone working with images.

Rory Shaffer
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Review summary

Pros

  • Fully-customizable interface.
  • Supports a large variety of image formats, including RAW ones.
  • Can perform all the most important photo processing operations.
  • Can preview the changes.
  • High processing speed.

Cons

  • Can't convert to some rather important image formats such as PSD, PCX, PCT, PCD or RAS.
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