Super Image Resizer Pro
Simple four steps single view user interface:
#1. Add source image file/folder into list.
#2. Set conversion, resize and rename options.
#3. Choose destination folder, where converted output images will go.
#4. Press Resize/Resize All button.
CONVERSION OPTIONS:- A PRO VERSION FEATURE
-Option to set image quality for JPEG and JPEG 2000 image types.
-Option to preserve source image metadata dictionaries like Exif, RAW, GPS etc, into destination image.
-Source image formats supported list:- JPEG, PNG, TIFF, BMP, JP2, GIF, PSD, ICNS, TGA, EXR, ICO, XBM, SGI, PNTG, and Raw image types from most of all DSLR cameras and many more formats.
-Destination Image format supported list:
-JPEG Image (*.jpg),
-PNG Image (*.png)
-TIFF Image (*.tiff)
-CMYK TIFF Image (*.tiff)
-Windows Bitmap Image(*.bmp)
-JPEG 2000 Image (*.jp2)
-GIF Image (*.gif)
-Adobe Photoshop document (*.psd)
-Portable Document Format (*.pdf)
-Mac OS icon image (*.icns)
-TGA Image (*.tga)
-OpenEXR Image (*.exr)
-Options to set destination image size using given list of fixed image dimensions in pixels.
-Allows to set resize image width and height input values in Percent, Pixels, Inches, Centimeter and Millimeter unit types.
-Select scale proportionally by Width, Height or Max option to resize with keeping image horizontal and vertical aspect ratio same.
-Scale proportionally “By Max” features allows to batch resize images of varying dimensions to best fit within given width and height bounding box values.
-Uncheck Upscaling checkbox to prevent resizing on images already small enough.
-Uncheck Resample image option to make the image dimensions small or big without losing any details.
-Allows to save custom resizing options as in preset. Save it once use it forever.
-Rename feature to assign different filename to output images. Options to give entire new filename or add prefix-suffix to the original filenames. Flexible choice to add number sequence at start or end of the filename.
#1.Choose “New filename” option for rename for image list having whole garbage names like IMG_1022, CAM_100 etc. Generally most of digital camera images have such names. So, set “Europe Tour_” as Prefix string, select add number at end with leading zero 2 and starting number 1 would create all converted output images in with names like Europe Tour_001, Europe Tour_002, … etc.
#2. Choose “Add to filename” option to retain original filename with addition of prefix and suffix to it.
-Supports Drag and drop images and folders directly into dialog and application icon to add into list.
-Allows recursive reading images from folders and subfolders.
-Add selected images in finder from Open With->Super Image Resizer Pro.
-Allow batch/bulk conversion.
-Easy user interface with toolbar buttons and menu shortcuts.
-Progress shows currently processing image file name and number of files get converted.
-Application relaunch will remembers last used resize preset.
**You can refer user manual for any guidance from Help menu->Super Image Utility Help or Contact Support.
*Keep Original option only supports image types available in destination image list. Cannot preserve other image formats gets converted to JPEG Image as default type.
*Only square source image with standard pixel size of 16, 32, 48, 128, 256, 512 and 1024 are supported for destination type Mac OS icon image (.icns).
*Single page image formats support only.
*RGB 32 bit Photoshop image not supported.
Whats New in Version 3.1.1
-One bit image support added.
Super Image Resizer Pro 3.1.1.dmg