Resizing Photos in Batches is possible with our Batch Image Processors applications

When we first started digital photography in the late 1990s, digital cameras had built-in memory which was only able to take less than 50 pictures before having to unload them or recharge. At which point, resizing, renaming or adding copyright text captions to them was not too much of an issue and can take half an hour to 2 hours to accomplish.


A lot have changed since the early years of digital photography and now it is possible to practically take several hundreds photos in a single outing so working performing all the mundane task can be rather taxing and takes up precious hours or days of your time.

Before the turn of the century, we were hunting for applications which can perform batch image processing but was unable to find any and being programmers, we took it upon ourselves to development a batch image processing tool, Batch It, which introduced batch processing to the world. At which time, you will need to work on each photo at each time using Adobe Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro. The first version was rather basic and perform the basic resizing, renaming and adding text captions.


Over the years, there are a number of applications available which can perform batch image processing features and we take that as a stamp of approval that batch is the way to go. Of course, we listened to our clients and have added numerous features and options to our applications and they have evolved through many major rewrites. We have taken batch processing to TIFF and PDF.

We are users ourselves and we use our tools in our daily work and as such, although our tools are comprehensive in nature and may feel complex to some users, we do aim to make them easy to use. We have a number of applications to fit different needs.

Batch Image Processing is simple with our tools. For the most parts, all you need to do is to use the Load Files, Load Folders or just drag and drop the files names into the File Listing or Control Centre, set up the destination of where you want to save the processed images in and set the resizing parameters and you are ready to go.


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