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App Specs
File size:
4.14 MB
Version:
1.1
Released:
February 1, 2017
Updated:
September 15, 2018


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Description
"ImageSize is a simple to use macOS application created from the ground up with a single purpose in mind: to help you batch resize, rename and convert collections of thousands of pictures in a snap." - Softpedia.com

Resize, convert and rename thousands of image files in batch mode with ImageSize. Resize your images to reduce their size on disk and optimise them for a specific usage like sending via email or posting online. Also, if your original image files are poorly named, you can use ImageSize to give them meaningful names so they are easier to find and identify.

But here is what ImageSize has to offer:

  • Resize your images in batch mode
  • Use either pixels or percents to define the new dimensions
  • Keep the original aspect ratio of your images
  • Resize portrait images more efficiently by considering that width is always the largest dimension
  • Resize your images by fixed width or height
  • Resize your images by fixed width and height
  • Convert and rename your images in batch mode
  • Keep the EXIF info and creation date of your original images
  • Input formats: JPG, JPEG, JPE, JP2, JPX, PNG, TIFF, TIF, GIF, BMP
  • Output formats: JPG, JPEG, JPE, JP2, JPX, PNG, TIFF, TIF, GIF, BMP
  • Save the resized images in a folder of your choosing

    So purchase ImageSize today and tasks that usually take hours will only take seconds to complete.

  • What's New
  • Output image preview
  • Drag and drop images directly into the application
  • Keep the EXIF info and creation date of the original images
  • Support for the JP2, JPX and JPE image file extensions
  • Bugfix: The app doesn't crash anymore when resizing a very large number of images
  • Minor user interface improvements

  • ImageSize (com.dayonesoftware.imagesize) is a Mac software application that has been discovered and submitted by users of Aploader. The latest version that our users have reported running on their systems is ImageSize 6.