Software recommendation: small but extraordinary practical to chart all-in-one

When sharing images online, websites tend to resize them to a relatively small size and dimensions, so using high-resolution images taken directly from your phone can seem wasteful. Websites also have strict requirements on the format of the images. It would be more efficient to use the free software Fotosizer to unify the size and format of images in batch first, and then upload them for sharing.

1. Multiple ways to add images in batches

First, add the images you want to process. Click the “Add Folder” button to add all images in a folder (by default, images in subfolders are automatically searched). If you click the “Add Image” button, you can select one or more files at random to add. In addition, dragging images directly from Explorer to the software window is also a convenient way to add images (Figure 1).


2. Different settings Flexible size change

Once you have added the image to be processed, you can flexibly change the size of the image in various ways. In the “Resize” property pane, check the “Custom Size” option, you can choose the length and width in pixels, centimeters, numbers, inches, etc., or define the aspect ratio as a percentage. You can also swap the width and height or specify not to enlarge the image to keep it as it is. When changing the size in percentages, the picture can be maintained without distortion if “Keep appearance proportional” is selected (Figure 2).


If you want to use the picture as screen wallpaper, select the “Preset size” option and then select the current screen resolution from the list, so that the converted picture can be used as the current screen wallpaper.

3. special effect conversion plus orientation change

In addition to changing the size, we can also use Fotosizer to convert pictures to special effects, rotate and invert them horizontally and vertically, convert them to quality, etc.

Select a picture and choose one of the effects in the “Effects” list, such as negative, to get a negative effect on the picture. Other effects can be “applied” in such a simple way (Figure 3).


If you want to rotate or mirror the picture, you can do so by using the corresponding option under the “Rotate” list. In addition, you can customize the image display and print quality by using the Change Quality and Change Print DPI options under Miscellaneous (Figure 4).



Which formats are supported when adding pictures (you can choose from 7 common picture formats), whether to include pictures from subfolders, and whether to use the EXIF orientation parameter when taking pictures with the camera, can be selected through the “Settings” window of the software (Figure 5).


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