BDO TOOLS  -  Resize Images Replace Characters Split Files

Use the Resize Images tool to:

  • Resize all the images of a specific type (BMP, GIF, JPG or PNG) contained in a specified folder.
    • Images can be resized using exact pixel dimensions or as a percentage of the original size.
  • Convert all the images of a specific type (e.g. BMP) to a different type (e.g. GIF, JPG or PNG).

Resize Procedure

  1. At the right-hand side of the Input Folder area, select the folder containing the images you wish to resize.
  2. Select the image type (BMP, GIF, JPG or PNG) from the drop-down box below the folder tree.
    • If the folder contains images of this type, the following items are displayed:
      • a list of the image files in the folder
      • the number of image files in the folder
      • a thumbnail picture of the first image
      • the dimensions and filesize of the first image
      • the Output Folder area
    • If the folder does not contain images of this type, no display changes will occur.
  3. Select the folder where you wish to store the resized images.
  4. Select Resize.
  5. Indicate the Width and Height to be used for the resized images.
  6. Click the OK button to resize the images.


Convert Procedure

  1. At the right-hand side of the Input Folder area, select the folder containing the images you wish to convert.
  2. Select the image type (BMP, GIF, JPG or PNG) from the drop-down box below the folder tree.
    • If the folder contains images of this type, the following items are displayed:
      • a list of the image files in the folder
      • the number of image files in the folder
      • a thumbnail picture of the first image
      • the dimensions and filesize of the first image
      • the Output Folder area
    • If the folder does not contain images of this type, no display changes will occur.
  3. Select the folder where you wish to store the converted images.
  4. Select Convert.
  5. Select the image type you wish to convert to.
  6. Click the OK button to convert the images.

Notes
  • The output folder must be different from the folder that contains the original images.
  • Use Truecolor (24bpp color depth) bitmap images for best results.
 
Copyright © 2017 Brian D. Ogilvie www.bdozone.com  :