Magick Photo Resizer


Current Version: 2.1

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 5.3 MB - Download


Magick Photo Resizer is a tool to resize thousands amount of photos at same times with a little step.Do you want the resize of your photos perfectly to fit for forums or blogs in a seconds? This is what you are looking for.

==== feature ====
✔ Multiple format support.
✔ Three resize model,
1.resize to new size, scale,3.crop photo.
✔ Custom scale model.
three scale model to fit to the new size.
✔ Size filter.
filter photos to ignore or convert.
✔ Multiple output format.
png,jpg,tiff,gif. Want other format? please let me know.
✔ Rotate with angle.
Rotate the photo to adjust orientation.
✔ Custom the output photo name with prefix and suffix.
✔ Custom background color.

Want any other feature? --> mailto:[email protected] :)


Release Notes:

Bug fix for add files.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0
Review by White Acres

Very Weak App! - Over priced! Had to buy "Super Image Resizer" App because this app does nothing to be happy with. I do want a refund! A waste!

Found helpful by 1 out of 2 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 2.1
Review by azwiki

Black lines after cropping - I paid $6.99 but still can not crop image to larger size (like crop 1500x1000 image to a popular 1920x700 that used for a webpage), the app just keep the original width and then fill the rest with black color. Also there is no way control on allign (top/middle) when you crop images, it always cut the top, so if there is a photo of people, the app will cut the heads and live the middle partn of the bodies, so if you want to crop your vacation photos from nudist trip, you should use another app :) . After converting, the app open the ~/Picture folder EVERY time, so you can “enjoy” finding your folder somewhere in the network everytime… That’s really annoing… There is no way to set saving image in the same folder... No way to set the image type, it will olways save as PNG unles you manually navigate to the settings and change it to jpg… Setting 75% jpg will make a HUGE jpg file that you need convert again with another app to use for web.

Found helpful by 0 out of 1 people