If you are snapping pictures using your DSLR camera, then you should not be surprised to see very large size image files. Typically, the file size of these digital pictures is between 5 MB to 50 MB. If you have to share thousands of these files online on social networking sites or on your blog, then not only it will consume internet bandwidth but it will also take a longer time. In order to take care of this problem, you have to resize the images to a smaller resolution which in turn will reduce the file size of these images.
You can use IceCream Image Resizer for all your image resizing needs. It can resize one or more images at the same time using the selected settings. You begin by adding image files to the IceCream Image Resizer window. You can add files or folders containing the image files. It supports drag-n-drop interface so that you can add image files just by dragging the image files over the IceCream Image Resizer window.
After adding the image files, you have to choose the image resize options. You can select destination image resize from the list of pre-configured profiles such as Desktop, Email, Large, Medium and Small. You can also add a manual size for the images if you are not satisfied with the provided profiles.
There is an option called “Vertical image recognition” – if you use this option then the image dimensions for resizing are flipped so that vertical images do not get distorted. This means that you do not have to go through your image collection and rotate the vertical images into horizontal orientation. You can blindly add all the images and IceCream Image Resizer can auto-detect the orientation before resizing them.
Finally, you can choose the destination folder and the file renaming pattern for the target image files. It will display how much file size reduction is possible with the selected options. You can click on the big Resize button to start the resizing process.
Conclusion: IceCream Image Resizer is a fast batch image resizer and supports all the popular image file formats JPEG, JPG, PNG, BMP and TIFF. It comes with profiles for quickly selecting the resizing dimensions for the images.
You can download IceCream Image Resizer from https://icecreamapps.com/Image-Resizer/.