is there a photo program that...

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Aug 2, 2009
  1. silent sniper
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    can select a group of photos and shrink them by 50%?

    I have about 200 photos that are too large and I'd rather not manually reduce them all one at a time.
     
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    nice, thanks so much!
     
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    No problem [​IMG]
     
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    I'd vote for Irfanview, its batch conversion mode can do even far more than that. Free for private non-commercial use.
     
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    I would use that on windows, mac and ubuntu can do that by default...
     
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    I remember that program, old school [​IMG]
     
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    I second the vote for IrFanView. You can even convert all the images from the command-line if you want, which is useful for batch scripting.
     

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