Light Image Resizer 6.0.3.0 by Obvious Idea

Image Resizer, Photo Resizer, Image Converter

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Light Image Resizer DOWNLOAD FULL + CrackLight Image Resizer from Obvious Idea (previously known as VSO Image Resizer) is a free tool that organizes your photos by shrinking their resolution or moving them within your hard drive.

It is the perfect tool for those who store their digital pictures and images on their PC and who want to resize, compress, convert, create copies, import, or organize photos.

Using this free resize image software, you can create e-mail friendly versions of your images, load them faster, move them easily from folder to folder, change their format, edit large numbers of image files/batch image resize and thus save space on your hard drive.

Add your own watermark to protect your work or add a copyright to photos with HTML-like text formatting and transparency support. Customize pictures by converting them to sepia or add a border. Use the live preview to see what the final result will look like before actually processing the image.

The ObviousIdea Photo Resizer/Picture Resizer works on files, subfolders, and folders, and supports RAW formats. With multi-core support integrated, you can convert images even faster. Launch the application easily from Windows shell explorer with a right-click on the image or folder.

Light Image Resizer Key Features:

  • Resize pictures, resize photos and resize images – compress, convert, and easily create copies of your pictures
  • A fast batch photo resizer
  • High-quality results using ultra fast multi-core, photo resize technology
  • High-quality image resizing filters – Lanczos and Bicubic for best compression quality, and Linear for speed
  • Create e-mail friendly images or use them for internet publishing
  • Sort, rename or add a watermark to protect your pictures from being stolen
  • Use the profiles library – iPhone, iPad mini, forum, HQ
  • New – create custom PDF pages!
  • Easy to convert JPEG to PDF

You can add photos directly as attachments, individually or in a ZIP file, to email by using the publish function, without exceeding the maximum size permitted by email servers. Create PDF files from your images, like jpg to PDF. Do this for individual or multiple images. Edit, create, and export, backup new profiles with your favorite settings.

The most popular profiles are already pre-defined, such as FULL HD resolution wallpaper images, iPod, NTSC, 640 x 480. Access to profiles in 1 click with the shell integration.

Transfer photos and optimize space on digital frames with the Digital Picture Frame Wizard. You can use the resize picture options to resize to the frame’s supported resolution, and add even more photos for viewing!

The program is available as a windows shell extension. Just right-click to easily resize pictures as copies or continue to work on the original HQ photos. Then share your resized photos online with friends. It’s freeware software if you use it for personal use.

Changes in Light Image Resizer 6.0.3.0:

NEW:

  • Watermark can now use both image and text at the same time

FIXED:

  • High memory consumption when adding lots of files, which could lead to out of memory issues
  • No appropriate error was reported in some cases when the disk was full
  • The output from certain source formats (like JPEG2000) could be empty in some cases
  • Metadata was not copied when the source file was PSD
  • Metadata tags with UTF-8 encoding were not correctly decoded when used in watermark text
  • Memory corruption could occur in some cases when handling EXIF metadata
  • IPTC tags in watermark text could just display “N/A” when IPTC was disabled in Misc tab (not copied to output)
  • Drag & drop from some older (non-Unicode) applications were not working

IMPROVED:

  • The log can now be scrolled without having a focus

Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP (SP3), Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10.

Size: 10.37 MB

Language: Multilingual

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