JPEG Resizer – Fast and losslessly resize, rename JPEG images in batch

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As its name suggests, JPEG Resizer is a handy utility specially designed to resize JPG/JPEG image files in batch. It has only one executable file but can meet various demands and settings of resizing/renaming JPG/JPEG images. And the whole process of resizing is so foolproof that only needs 2~4 button clicks to finish quickly.

// Key Features //

  • Resizing of a list of JPEG files at a time
  • Option to overwrite the source files or store the resized images in a new folder
  • Option to reuse the filenames of the source files or assign incrementing numbers
  • Change JPEG compression factor (optional)
  • Apply colorization effect (optional)
  • Different resizing methods: Set new absolute/relative width/height, change scale
  • Included command line resizing utility (optional)
  • Choose from numerous resampling methods: Lanczos3, Mitchell, B-Spline, and more
  • Compatible with All Windows on both 32-bit & 64-bit
  • Portable, No installation required
  • 100% Freeware

// Edition Statement //

This is the JPEG Resizer v2.1 Final Portable version.

// Download URLs //

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