ResizeX

Developer: sekn

Current Version: 4.2.0

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 2.4 MB - Download

Description:

ResizeX changes image size and converts image format of multiple files at once.
ResizeX is a shareware version of ResizeIt and it has some more useful features.

・PreviewResized image can be shown in Preview window. Resizing images can be previewed and processed one by one. In this window high quality conversion and normal conversion can be compared too.

・Calculating file sizeFile size of processed image can be calculated in preview window. (for JPEG format only)

・Target file size conversionJPEG expression rate can be automatically adjusted by specifying target file size.

・Specifying CPU usage rateResizeX can specify number of CPU core to use. Normally the app uses every CPU core to maximize processing speed, but ResizeX can be set the number of cores to use like 2 of 4 cores (50%). It can be useful to work other task and to process resizing in background simultaneously.

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Release Notes:

Supported file tag function of MacOSX10.9.

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Most Helpful Reviews

2/5
Version 4.0.0
Review by Siethoo

Persistent bugs from last version. - Bought this again, after also owning the previous version hoping that two specific bugs would be fixed (running Mountain Lion): 1) When resizing "Max Size" set as 1920, all files turn out as 1921 on the long side. 2) Overwrite and Choose folder do not work, instead all files get dumped into ~/Pictures/ResizeX/name_of_preset/name_of_folder/ Pros: The preview feature and CPU usage are improved.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people

More Reviews for Current Version

2/5
Version 4.2.0
Review by kevkaplan

Works sometimes with small files - I have used this a time or two with smaller files and it worked ok. I am not sure what is different, or when the problem started, but over the last few weeks I just cannot get it to work. 1. It accepts the pic I choose 2. It allows me to edit pixel width and height measurements on a toolbar 3. It saves the “resized” image in a folder called ResizeX. However, it keeps saving it the same size no matter what I do differently. 1440 x 770, which happens to be the original size. It is so frustrating. I would not recommend buying this app. Seems to not be worth it at this time.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
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