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Guide to resizing multiple images with IrfanView

Alright, so you just back from that fantastic holiday on an island and want to share them with friends and family online. But all the photos are huge and file size is too big if you're to upload it directly from your digital camera.

I'd recommend IrfanView to resize all your photos. Best of all IrfanView is a free program. Download it here.

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Goto File > Batch Conversion / Rename

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1.
Choose 'Batch Conversion'

2. Choose 'JPG - JPG/JPEG Format'. Then tick 'Use advanced options'. Click on the 'Advanced' button.

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2.1 . Tick 'RESIZE'. Then choose 'Set one or both sides to'. Set it to whatever size you prefer. When I upload for online photo albums, I would set the width to 500, and height to 375 pixels. If you're not sure the exact pixels, just resize according to percentage. Press 'OK'.

3. Browse to the folder where you want the resized images to be saved.

4. Now goto the folder where your original images are. You can select multiple images at one go.

5. Make sure the selected images are highlighted in step 4. Then press the 'Add' button.

Press 'Start Batch' button. Wait a moment, and all your files will be resized.

27 comments:

netuglu said...

thanks fella thats a great guide. was very helpful

crunchy said...

You're welcome netuglu, glad it helped you.

Deb said...

Very useful post. Thanks : )

Anonymous said...

THanks A lot was very help full

Anonymous said...

Grazie!

Anonymous said...

Pure gold! :D
Thanks a lot crunchy!

toloche said...

Wow wonderful it saved a half of my life sat in front of my pc thank you so much

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much...this piece of information is quite useful..I use to do it mutually and it was pain....thanks buddy

Clare said...

Thank you! Exactly what I was looking for!

Anonymous said...

Perfect! Thanks so much.

Anonymous said...

thank youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu! saved me A LOT of time!

Anonymous said...

thanks a ton! worked great!

Anonymous said...

Made a very big job easy so thanks for the great facility.

angie b said...

Thanks so much!!! would've never ever figured this out on my own ;)

Anonymous said...

Thank You !!!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the tutorial. It helped me a lot!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you, You have saved me HOURS of work.

Anonymous said...

thank you was exactly what i was looking for (i was forgetting to click the add button *facepalm*)

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Sunny said...

THANK YOU!!

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Anonymous said...

Thank you very much. Worked well by your instructions.
Greetings!
Meh

Anonymous said...

Good! Will try later, thanks.
irfan view's better than those two online thingies above!!
just becoz it won't give your photos away!!
those people are spamming in your blog -_-

Anonymous said...

THANK YOU

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Malgorzata Anna Stefanowicz said...

Thank You so much! I had to resize 4300 photos from my wedding :)

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