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Install latest/stable of OpenResizer

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

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sudo snap install openresizer

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Batch image resizer

OpenResizer is an open-source batch image resizing application. 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
  • Supports parallel processing (takes advantage of multi-core CPUs)
  • Free and open-source

Details for OpenResizer

  • BSD-3-Clause

Last updated
  • 8 July 2019


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Ubuntu 20.04
Ubuntu 22.04
Ubuntu 18.04
Ubuntu 21.10
Linux Mint 20.3
Ubuntu 16.04
Zorin OS 15
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KDE Neon 20.04
Ubuntu 21.04
Linux Mint 19.3
Linux Mint 20.2
Debian 11
Linux Mint 20.1
Ubuntu 19.04
Ubuntu 20.10
Ubuntu 19.10
Linux Mint 18.3
Linux Mint 20
Linux Mint 21

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