Resize Multiple Images at Once

When it comes to a camera's megapixels, we are all inclined to look for a higher number. The bigger, the better, right? This way we'll record more details in our pictures and get a higher quality. It's true, but there's a drawback.

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The megapixel resolution is directly proportional to the size of your photos. So the larger the number of megapixels is, the larger the photo size will be. You don't really want to have a big file size if you intend to upload images online, send them via email or do printing. Therefore you need to reduce their size.

You could go for an editing software that resizes images one by one or, in case you're dealing with an entire collection of pictures, a tool to compress your photos in bulk like PhotoMarks. Compatible with both Windows and Mac, PhotoMarks provides a gateway to easy editing and fast processing.

Are you looking for a tool to reduce picture size? Try PhotoMarks for free right now!

Here's what PhotoMarks can do for you:

  • Resize multiple photos at the same time
  • Differentiate landscape from portrait photos to automatically resize pictures
  • Select the new image dimensions in either pixels or percents
  • Multiple resize options: by width and height, fixed width, fixed height or fixed width and height
  • Previews for every step of the process
  • Save your settings as Profiles and reuse them later
  • Apply additional edits like Watermark, Rename, Auto Rotate or Decorate with graphical frames, all in the same session
  • Upload directly to FTP and Flickr or send via email

Beautifully Designed

Image watermarking in batch mode by following a three step wizard!

Note: PhotoMarks works on Windows® 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, and XP as well as macOS® (OS X) Sierra (10.12), El Capitan (10.11), Yosemite (10.10), Mavericks (10.9), Mountain Lion (10.8), and Lion (10.7).