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Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by lemuzz, Oct 7, 2008.

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  1. lemuzz

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    I use Irfanview as a photo editor. My only hate and it is a big one is all photos are huge. I have tried to reduce them using resize. But each image has to be resized individually. Any way to open all images in a viewable size without having to do a resize on each. If not, if I remove Irfanview and replace it with another photo editor, will I still have large images, (which I don't want)
     
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    if you want to try a new editor here is a popular freeware editor which i use all the time for photo editing and in classes
    you can find it here:
    http://www.gimp.org/downloads/
     
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    In Irfranview file>batch conversion and you can resize all at once
     
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    If all you want to do is "open all images in a viewable size without having to do a resize on each" then, in IrfanView, just select the command: View>Display options>Fit only big images to desktop
    Note: Shortcut, just use Shift+F

    You don't have to resize images just to view them. You just tell your viewing program (in this case IrfanView, but others have similar commands) to scale down the image, when needed, to fit the screen.
     
  6. lemuzz

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    Thanks Guys
     
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