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What is a good free image resizer for mac?

Asked by xxporkxsodaxx (1386points) August 16th, 2008

Unless Adobe Photoshop can do it and I haven’t figured it out please explain how I can do it. If not just give me a few links to some good applications. Oh yea, no watermarks.

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lefteh's avatar

Photoshop can do it.

Image -> Image Size

yannick's avatar

Otherwise, RapidoResizer, formerly known as Resize ‘Em All.

ebenezer's avatar

you may mean crop tool? It is in photoshop. You can also make a selection and go to edit>crop.

StellarAirman's avatar

If all you need to do is resize or crop, then I would recommend something like Imagewell. It is much lighter than Photoshop and won’t bog down your system. Photoshop is total overkill if all you need to do is resize something.

kevbo's avatar

Image Shackle is a widget that just does resizing.

mvgolden's avatar

you can also load the images into iPhoto and then export them at whatever size you want.

Magnus's avatar

Preview. Came with the mac.

Bri_L's avatar

to ad on to Lefteh, you can also automate this. if you create an action (use the action pallet, the buttons on the bottom are just like on a VCR) then go to FILE>Batch and you can tell it to go to a folder and do all the files in the folder.

It is always smart to do one or two files first just to make sure you get what your expect.

lapilofu's avatar

You can also automate image resizing using Automator, which should have come with your Mac. There are a bunch of image manipulation actions built in.

Anaphase's avatar

Automator can resize images.

lefteh's avatar

Yes, as lapilofu pointed out :)

1meter98's avatar

Not! Try it…

AlbertKinng's avatar

do you need to download an automator script? you can doit yourself but if it hard to you I can made one for you.

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