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License:
Time-limited trial (Free to try)
Size:
378 KB
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1660
Platform:
Windows All
Publisher:
Cool Circles(more)
Publisher's Descriptions
Cool Resizer is a perfect tool for resizing (downsizing) your pictures and photos from digital cameras. It is very easy to use and can resize many image at once.

All you have to do is select from one of predefined sizes (small thumbnail, large thumbnail, e-mail, small web, large web) and the program will save all the resized images to a subfolder.

Furthermore, Cool Resizer supports most of the popular graphic formats so you won't require any other program.

You can download Cool Resizer free here.
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