Its name clearly suggests its main purpose and functionality: Batch Picture Resizer is a neat and handy application that lets you change the sizes of multiple pictures at once, in batches. It can load and process pictures of all the common image formats, like BMP, JPG, GIFб or PNG, but also RAW images of various formats. Therefore, it can also be used as a simple image converter as it can enable you to quickly change the formats of image files. Anyway, there’s more to this tool than I already mentioned. It also features a neat and convenient image watermarking function that lets you apply text and logo watermarks to multiple photos at once and protect them against being copied or used without your authorization. Last but not least, this powerful and comprehensive tool can also be used to bulk rename the processed images according to predefined criteria, by adding the prefixes and suffixes that you provided. The photos can also be rotated, flipped or mirrored.
Though it comes with plenty of additional features and functions, being a comprehensive utility, Batch Picture Resizer is not difficult to use. Its interface is very simple, straightforward and intuitive. Anyone will be able to use this neat application without any problem.
Another remarkable advantage that this tool provides is the fact that it is capable of maintaining a high quality of the processed photos even after resizing them. The inevitable quality loss triggered by the resizing is reduced to a minimum thanks to the fact that Batch Picture Resizer makes use of advantage interpolation techniques, filters and algorithms.
The only things to criticize this tool for is the price, which could have been a bit lower, and the interface, which cannot be customized and looks a bit untidy. Other than that, Batch Picture Resizer is a really handy and effective tool to batch resize, rename, convert or manipulate images.
- Easy to use.
- Supports RAW image formats as well.
- Allows renaming images.
- Supports converting the photos
- A bit pricey.
- The interface cannot be customized.
- The interface feels a bit untidy