Monday, August 31, 2015

How to Resize Your Photo with the Movavi Photo Batch

Do you want to make a photo in your collection larger or smaller than its current size? From time to time you may very well have to – and to do so you will need to know how to resize your photos. While there are several ways to do so, most will require you to fiddle with complicated settings that may be difficult and tedious, especially if you’re inexperienced.

Rather than put yourself through that ordeal, the easiest way out is to use a pictureresizer that is intuitive and user-friendly – such as the Movavi Photo Batch. By doing so, you won’t have to worry about technical details or obtuse settings, and will be able to focus on just getting the job done and resizing your image the way that you want to.

Deciding on an Image Size

The first thing you should do is decide on the image size that you want to resize your photo into. Do you want it to be scaled up or scaled down based on the current dimensions, or would you rather convert it to a fixed set of dimensions.

If you’re not sure what that means, think of it this way: You can choose to resize your photo to 200% of its current size (meaning double) or even 50% (meaning half) or any other percentage like that. Alternatively you could choose to do so based on dimensions, and resize it to a 200x400 pixel size or some other fixed measurement of that nature.

Resizing and Saving the Photo

Once you’ve picked a size, all that you need to do is actually resize and edit the photo accordingly. The resizing itself should be relatively simple – just enter the scale or dimensions that you want the photo to be resized to.

When you go to save the photo however, you’ll have to choose the format that you’d like to save it into. The Movavi Photo Batch supports multiple different formats, so you can pick the one that suits your requirements best.

It is worth noting that if you have several photos that you need to resize you should add them all to the software so that they can be resized together rather than resizing each one individually. By doing so you’ll end up saving a ton of time, so be sure to keep it in mind when you start out. 

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