Picture Resizer Options

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PhotoResize Options

by Michael Lee http://phototools.wordpress.com/.

What is PhotoResize Options

PhotoResize Options allows running PhotoResize.exe with resizing options selected in a configuration dialog window.

Configuration window for Picture Resizer
The main window of PhotoResize Options

How to use it

PhotoResize Options is a single .exe file that needs to be placed in the same folder as PhototResize.exe (on Desktop by default). There are two ways how to use the tool:

  1. You can drag and drop file or folder on the PhotoResizeOptions.exe icon and choose resizing options in a window that pops up and finally click a Resize button.
  2. Alternatively, you can just double-click the icon and choose the file or folder later.

Download and installation

PhotoResizeOptions.exe was created by Michael Lee and can be freely downloaded here: PhotoResize Options.exe.

PhotoResizeOptions.exe expect PhotoResize.exe (download from the main page) to be in the same folder. The name must be exactly PhototResize.exe, be sure to rename it from the initial PhotoResize400.exe.

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user icon Vlasta site administrator on August 22nd 2012

Since you want to put the files in another folder, you'll have to run it from command line or use a shortcut:

PhotoResize100x150Q95.exe "-cC:\another_folder\<PATH><NAME>.jpg" "source_files"
user icon Anonymous on January 25th 2013

can this monitor a directory and resize incoming files

user icon Anonymous on January 12th

Sorry my ignorance, Vlasta, how can I use a shortcut to execute PhotoResize100x150Q95.exe "-cC:\another_folder\<PATH><NAME>.jpg" "source_files"?
Thanks
João Sabino

Ok, I´ve got it! Thanks
João Sabino

user icon Anonymous on January 12th

Sorry, can I pretend that PhotoResize puts the edited files in a destination folder with the same name as the source folder? I´m using a shortcut to drop into it the source folder with the files. Thanks!

user icon Vlasta site administrator on January 12th

Yes, you can do that.

user icon Anonymous on January 12th

Can I ask you, Vlasta, how can I do it? Many thanks!

Sorry, I forgot to mention my name: João Sabino

João Sabino: "Sorry, can I pretend that PhotoResize puts the edited files in a destination folder with the same name as the source folder? I´m using a shortcut to drop into it the source folder with the files. Thanks!"

Vlasta: "Yes, you can do that".

João Sabino: "Can I ask you, Vlasta, how can I do it? Many thanks!".

user icon Vlasta site administrator on January 13th

Using shortcut is one of the ways how to do it. You use whatever options you like and the "C" option and set the destination folder of the shortcut. It is described in more details at the end of this page.

user icon Anonymous on January 13th

Maybe I didn´t explain me well. The name of the source folder varies all the time. It´s not fixed. When I dropp the source folder (containing images) into the shorcut, I would like that, in the destination folder, could be automatically created a subfolder with the same name of the source folder. The command in my shortcut is this one:

C:\Users\sgmf0351\Desktop\PhotoResizePX60qX90C.exe -o "-cC:\Resized Images\<PATH><NAME>.jpg"

Now, is it possible, each time I dropp a folder into the shortcut, that a subfolder with the same name of the source folder is automatically created in the folder "Resized Images"?

Thanks for your time!

user icon Vlasta site administrator on January 13th

Ah, in that case, I am afraid it is not possible. Maybe you can do it externally in a .bat file.

user icon Anonymous on January 13th

Ok, I appreciate your attention. Regards

user icon Anonymous
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