Go to www.fookes.com & download Easy thumbnails, it's freeware & it works great for sizing any files & making thumbnails, easy to use & NO Spyware!! :wave:biopsea said:hey guys and gals, i wanted to post a couple pictures i thought you all might enjoy, but i dont know how to make it small enough to fit within this site's maximum byte thingy. thanks in advance for any advice
I sent you a PM... It was in my right-click menu from day 1 but can be added to yours if not already there... I'll elaborate at another time, sorry but I have to scoot right now! :slomo:biopsea said:for some reason, when i right click on a pic, resize isnt one of the options? i too am running XP
Thanks Flexion... I looked and Powertoys is on my 'puter, so that's where that handy little feature came from!flexion said:the "resize" function in the fileexplorer context menu is part of the xp powertoys collection
Image Resizer: This PowerToy enables you to resize one or many image files with a right-click.
Thanks foody, this looks to be a great option for non-XP users...foodybat said:try Pixresizer.com...
this is the best out there i've found..
PC Mag said:PIXresizer is a photo resizing program to easily create web and email friendly versions of your images with reduced file sizes. The reduced files are saved in a different folder, so your original images are not altered at all. PIXresizer offers several different resizing methods to choose from and can automatically recognize image sizes to calculate the best fit. In addition, it can convert between image formats (JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG and TIFF), rotate images, convert to grayscale and resize multiple images in batch mode. A great companion for webmasters and digital photographers.
- simple four-step workflow
- easy 'Apply recommended' option to make it even more user friendly
- works with single files as well as with multiple files all at once
- option to convert between graphics formats (.bmp, .gif, .jpg, .png, and .tif)
- can be used to create thumbnails (takes one move on a slider)
- smart ratio calculation (image proportions can be overruled by the user)
- error logging (checks for corrupted images
The easiest method is to use a hosting site. I use www.tinypic.com (for one photo) or www.photobucket.com (for multiple photos) - free, simple, fast, and they automatically re-size your pic. Just follow these simple steps...djjasond said:How do you get the pictures inside of the post rather than as a thumbnail (attachment)? Thanks!
Hey guys and gals, been a while.srtdan said:how bout for mac?
Hemeee,HEMEEE said:Thank you bruno and 300TNP...
bruno, I thought it might be the same, but I wasn't certain, thanks for the confirmation!!
And Aaron, thanks for yet another few alternative sites, I'll be checking out those links when I get a few minutes to do my Christmas pics... hopefully before next Christmas :silly: