Why? Just for those less fortunate that have no ADSL or so. Of course, every repeating task is prone to be automated, and a first application was born to resize the pictures according to my wishes. To cope with different source and target paths, as well as different ways of resizing, the application needed a user interface.
Working on the application and its (simple, yet effective) user interface, generalizing the use of the application is evident. The next step then is to share it with all of you and hope you find the application useful.
- Click the open button to choose the images you whant to resize.
- Choose a destination folder, the default is the original image folder.
- Choose the size of the image ouput.
- Chose if you want to add a prefix or not.
- Chose the output format of the image.
- Click convert and you are done in a few second.
- *. bmp Bitmap (BMP) image format.
- * .emf Enhanced metafile (EMF) image format.
- * .gif Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) image format.
- * .jpg Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) image format.
- * .png W3C Portable Network Graphics (PNG) image format.
- * .tiff Tagged Image File Format (TIFF) image format.
- * .wmf Windows metafile (WMF) image format.
- Window Xp, windows server, Vista and windows 7.
- Windows installer 3.1.
- .Net framework 3.5 SP1.
- No installation require it's portable.
- Double click MyImageResizer.exe.
- Then enjoy!