Batch image and photo editor
ResizeMe to the rescueDare to be Creative has announced the release of ResizeMe 1.2, the batch image and photo editor for Mac OS X Tiger and Leopard. ResizeMe is a productivity tool that can resize, scale, rotate and flip many images and photos at once. Designed to save time, the new version allows users to store and organize their favorite image edits as bookmarks.
Working with images and photos often involves applying the same edits over and over, for example reducing the image size to half or rotating to the left. Designed to help users save time and be more productive, the new ResizeMe version allows users to store and organize their favorite edits as bookmarks. Users will feel familiar with bookmarks thanks to their close resemblance to the bookmarks in the Safari web browser.
Features in a nutshell:
* Batch image editor that resizes, scales, rotates and flips (horizontally and vertically) images and photos
* Handles the popular image formats JPEG, PNG, TIFF, PDF, JP2, SGI and TGA
* Store and organize favorite image edits as bookmarks
* Easy drag and drop interface
* Preserves EXIF data
* Built-in, automatic self updates that inform users when new versions are available
Minimum Requirements: * Mac OS X Version 10.4 or higher * Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
ResizeMe is only $19.95 USD, but with hundreds, possibly thousands of photos, could save you ten-times that much! It's available as a free download from the Resize-Me website. It runs initially in a 10-day trial mode with all features active. This is a free upgrade for registered users.
For a limited time, the new ResizeMe version will be available for a discount in a bundle with Renamer4Mac, the popular file renamer, and Dragoman, the universal file converter. The bundle is priced at $49 USD ($26 below retail price) and is available at MacSnack.
Located in Vienna, Austria, Dare to be Creative Ltd. is a software company founded in 2006 by a group of Mac enthusiasts. The Dare to be Creative team focuses exclusively on developing utility applications for Mac OS X designed to save valuable time while being enjoyable and easy to use. The current portfolio includes a) iArchiver, an archiving and file compression utility, b) iCombiner, a tool to combine images and PDF files into single PDF documents, c) Renamer4Mac, a batch file renamer, d) ResizeMe, a batch image editor that resizes, scales, rotates and flips images, and e) Dragoman, a batch file converter for image, music and archive files. All Material and Software (C) 2006-2008 Dare to be Creative Ltd. / All Rights Reserved.
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