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Tutorial - (Pictures) Batch Resize

Issue: Reduce the size of multiple pictures using Photo Pos Pro Scripts & Batch Operations tool.

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With Photo Pos Pro Scripts & Batch Operations tool you can easily reduce the size of multiple pictures. Suppose you took pictures with a digital camera and you wish to send them by e-mail to a friend. You wish to decrease the size of the pictures so that they won't take up so much space when sending them by e-mail. To perform the operation, follow the following steps:
  1. Open the Picture Browser Window (Click on File -> Picture Browser (Browse)... menu).
  2. Browse and select the files you wish to resize (Hold CTRL to select more then one).
  3. Add the files you wish to resize to the Scripts & Batch Operations tool's list using the "Add To Batch" button - (this will also open the Scripts & Batch Operations tool's window).
  4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to select all the desired files.
  5. Select the Scripts & Batch Operations tool's window (click on its title bar).
  6. Press on the Add Command button - in the toolbar. Select the Resize (%) command and press OK to authorize.
  7. Select the command from the list and set the new picture size using the New Size (%) slider. In order to decrease the picture to a quarter of its original size, select the 50 value.
  8. In the Output File Format box select the jpg (Jpeg) option. This way the decreased files will be saved in the Jpeg format-a common format used for sending pictures through e-mail.
  9. After running the script, the converted files will be saved in the Output Directory. You can select a different directory using the Browse button.
  10. In order to complete the operation, run the script using the Run Script button.
  11. When the script operation has completed, you will find the resized files in the output directory. Home Page | Help Home | 1999 - 2013 (c) Copyright Power Of Software. All rights reserved