Multiple Image Resizer .NET v4.5.2
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The Resizing Options Panel

This panel allows you to specify how your images should be resized.

There are 8 methods by which your images can be resized:

  1. Height and Width - Using this method each image is resized to the exact size specified in the Height and Width text boxes. The aspect ratio of each image is not preserved.
  2. Percentage - Using this method each image is resized according to the value entered in the Percentage text box. For example, to double the height and width of an image, enter "200", to halve it enter "50". This method maintains the aspect ratio of the image.
  3. Scale to Height - This method causes the height of each image to be resized to the value entered in the Height text box. The width of the image is adjusted by the same proportion. This method maintains the aspect ratio of the image.
  4. Scale to Width - This method causes the width of each image to be resized to the value entered in the Width text box. The height of the image is adjusted by the same proportion. This method maintains the aspect ratio of the image.
  5. Maximum Size - This method causes the height and width of each image to be resized so that the image is not larger than the values specified in the Height and Width text boxes. This method maintains the aspect ratio of the image.
  6. Within Dimensions - This method causes the height and width of each image to be resized so that the image is not larger than the values specified in the Height and Width text boxes. This method maintains the aspect ratio of the image. The image is only resized if the original image is larger than the height and/or width specified.
  7. Scale by Largest Dimension - This method causes the image to be scaled by its largest dimension. The value specified in the Dimension text box will be the new size for the largest dimension (either the width or height whichever is larger). This method maintains the aspect ratio of the image.
  8. Within Dimensions Add Background - This method causes the height and width of each image to be resized so that the image is not larger than the values specified in the Height and Width text boxes. This method maintains the aspect ratio of the image. Once the image has been resized if the image is smaller than the Height and Width it is then padded to the Height and Width using the selected Background Colour.

Note that an error will occur if a negative or non-numerical value is entered in any of the text boxes.

Changing the settings in this panel will require you to refresh your Image Preview Panel.

Note that the controls in this panel are only available if the relevant option is selected in the Processing Options Panel.

This panel can be docked, floated, hidden and resized - see the Multiple Image Resizer .NET Interface Layout help topic for more information.