May 27th, 2007 by Keith

iResizer 1.2.1 – Image Resizer for Mac OS X

Posted in Fun Stuff, Graphics, Mac OS, Site News, Utilities


In contrast to the previous post made about video resizing, this is an image resizer for Mac OS X, known as iResizer 1.2.1. This application is a simple program which allows users to resize image files and photos according to specific preferences.

Some of the configurations which can be adjusted are:

  • set output size, which can be set by width or height and by long or short side,
  • save resized images in different formats, e.g. JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP and TIFF,
  • giving resized file a new sequential name.

The software is a small utility, but it is definitely very useful in resizing image files in a quick fashion. It is written in Cocoa/Objective-C language, and is programmed for Mac OS X 10.3 or later.

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iResizer 1.2.1

One Response to “iResizer 1.2.1 – Image Resizer for Mac OS X”

  1. Ronald Hendeerson Says:

    Do you have instructions of HOW TO?
    I see your process but no instructions.

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