If your professional work involves a lot of editing of photos it becomes time-consuming. Saving valuable time helps in productivity and also time management. With the list given below find out how you can bulk resize images easily. We have created some of the best ways in the list. Check them below.
On Windows 10
You can bulk resize your images on Windows 10 manually. First, you need to turn on the Windows 10 explorer. Many do think there is no function that directly allows this. But there is a hack. Follow the steps
Use the mail recipient hack
Using this function you can send, edit, and save the images in bulk. Here is how
- First, save all the images in a folder
- Press ctrl+A
- Select right click and choose to send to
- Now navigate Mail recipient
- It will pop up attach files in the Windows
- Now specify the image size you need (Smaller, small, medium, large, and original size)
- With the chosen size it shows the Total estimated
- In the last process click on Attach
- Now Microsoft Outlook will come up and you access the resize attachment
- Select the arrow on any attachment. It will allow a drop-down option.
- Choose Select All
- Click the arrow again and choose to Save as
- Select the path where to save and tap Ok. Hack completed
On a Freeware tool
The Image Resizer has to be used for this tool. Download this tool to make use of it. You can download it for free and it is completely malware-free. Once you download you have to install it to start the process.
- Open the image folder you are to resize
- Right-click and select resize pictures
- Select Small, Medium, Large, Phone, or custom
- You can also use the advanced option
- Use default setting
- Explore Encoding, File, and About tabs
Photoshop allows you to resize images in bulk with the option of an image processing script. And lets you save the file in a few simple processes. Follow these steps.
- Save all the images in a folder before starting the process
- Now open the Photoshop app on your computer
- Navigate it to the file option bar once you open Photoshop
- Go to the script option
- Select image processor
- Now select the image that you want to resize which is saved in the folder
- Select all the images by ctrl+A
- Choose where to save the images
- Check the file type shown in the options
- Set the parameters to resize the image
- Check for preference as needed
- Run the script
- Review the process
Remember: Photoshop is a paid software. So you might need to buy it before employing the above.
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