Jformer is a great free Jscript for creating all types of forms from logins, Registration, contacts, comments, surveys and even shopping carts. You can see demos of all of them on the site and there is a tremendous amount of documentation on how to use it.
Starting with MAC and Linux, here’s a roundup of many of the best free batch image resizers and processors. I’ve started with the multi platform and Mac software as they are harder to find then the rest of the list of batch image resizers is all PC only.
This free (donate if you like it) cross-platform image processor supports PC, Mac and Linux with a graphical user interface. You can also create a ‘droplet’ and simply select your images and drop them onto the droplet for automatic processing.
Phatch is a simple to use image and photo Processor which handles all popular image formats and can duplicate (sub)folder hierarchies. Phatch can:
- batch resize
- apply perspective
- rounded corners
- Add watermarks
- change dpi
- change colour mode
- … and more
This processor also allows you to use EXIF and IPTC tags for renaming and data stamping. Phatch also supports a console version to batch photos on webservers.
(Mac and PC)
Convert, resize, add captions and watermarks. Supports jpeg, gif, png, bmp, and more. Free version for non-commercial use.
(Mac and PC – Adobe Air App )
This batch image resizer is an Adobe Air application so it runs on both Mac and PC. Select your desired size, rotation if any (can auto rotate according to camera EXIF info) then choose your renaming options and output folder, then drop your pictures onto the app and let it do the rest.
This free image processor for Mac can resize, compress and save photos or images as JPEG, GIF, PICT, PNG, TIFF and PSD files. You have the option to rename the files sequentially or add text to the end of the filename. Other optins include rotating and reading EXIF data. iResize is available in Italian French and English.
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This no-nonsense image resizer has one purpose, resize all the images you can throw at it. It can read JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, TGA formats and outputs JPEG or PNG-24
Similar to OSX image resizer is the clutter free Autoresize which supports BMP (.bmp), GIF (.gif), JPEG (.jpg or .jpeg), JPEG 2000 (.jp2), PDF (single page .pdf), PICT (.pct or .pict), PNG (.png), or TIFF (.tif or .tiff) Link
(MAC and PC)
Does just what it says it does. and…
(Linux and PC)
This no frills, no-nonsense batch image resizer is portable (no install necessary) so you can take it with you on a USB stick. Available for Linux as well as PC
(Linux and PC)
Very basic image resizer does just that without any bells and whistles but if you just need an easy to use batch resizer for Linux this will do the trick, compatible with over 100 formats.
This batch image resizer can be used as standalone or as a shell extension (right click on an image in Explorer to resize instantly) It even handles RAW format. You can simply resize images or do many advanced functins such as, add frames, watermarks, convert to PDF, convert for email in zip format, save custom profile settings and much more.
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This image resizer can not only do batch resizing but is a good option if you want to rename, including replace spaces with underscores, add a prefix or a suffix. Other features are:
This one is a bit different but if you need to consistently process and resize images to a particular size this might be the option for you. Dropresize sets up a special folder or folders and then automatically resizes images you drop into them according to your specifications. Useful if you have a blog where every image you post to it has to be the same size and rather than opening an image processing app, you just drop the image into the dropresize folder and you’re done.
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