[NEW] Light Image Resizer – Previously Called The VSO Image Resizer

VSO Image Resizer was the choice software app on my PC when it came time to (batch) resize and convert photos and images. The only thing I did not like about the FREE version of VSO was the banner that popped up when you used the software. Even though it was a nuisance, VSO Image Resizer was one the best out there. Today I discovered that VSO Image Resizer is now called the Light Image Resizer. As a result of this transition, I now notice that the banner popup is now non-existent and the ease of access is much improved.

Addendum (5/17/2011) – Developer’s Comment – The startup dialog to remind it is not free will reappear after 3 days, we are doing some experience about user behaviour and we don’t want to bug them at the beginning. in the same time, they can get a free key for the pro version in our facebook page : http://facebook.com/obviousidea

Light Image Resizer is a very well thought out application that is easy to understand with a multitude of functions (see below) to get the end result that you are looking for. It is specifically engineered to manipulate the input and output of image files.

Light Image Resizer  – previously called the VSO Image Resizer

Light Image Resizer

Features:

Resize Photos, resize pictures and resize images – compress, convert, and create copies of your pictures

A fast batch image resizer

High quality results with ultra fast multi-core, picture resize technology

High quality image resize filters – cubic and lanczos for quality, and linear for speed,

Create and e-mail friendly images or use them for web publishing

Rename, sort or add a watermark to protect your pictures.

Protect all your photos by adding a watermark ( logo or text )

Use the profiles library – ipad, iphone, forum, HQ

New – create custom pdf pages !

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  1. thanks for the article about light image resizer, but actually the startup dialog to remind it is not free will reappear after 3 days, we are doing some experience about user behaviour and we don’t want to bug them at the beginning.
    in the same time, they can get a free key for the pro version in our facebook page : http://facebook.com/obviousidea

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