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Batch image resizer with a GUI

OpenResizer is an open-source batch image resizing software with a GUI. It is designed to be fast and easy-to-use.


  • Resize one or multiple images
  • Preview Before/After
  • Supported image types: PNG, JPG, BMP
  • Adjustable JPG compression
  • PNG transparency support
  • Support for multi-core CPU’s
  • Free and open-source

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Last updated
8 July 2019

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