resizePhotos 1.0

resizePhoto is a nice service menu to resize your photos to a size suitable for emailing.
resizePhoto is a nice service menu to resize your photos to a size suitable for emailing. It will resize any picture so that it is no more than 640 pixels on a side while preserving the aspect ration. This size can easily be changed by editing a text file.

You can resize any number of photos simultaneously by multiselecting them in Konqueror, then choosing the "Resize Photo" service menu.

A dialog will display the progress. The dialog has a cancel button.

Usage:

Open a folder containing some image files (.png, .jpg, .gif) in Konqueror.

Select one or several of these files.

Right-click one of the selected file and select Action->Resize Photo. (See first screenshot.)

A dialog will appear showing the progress of the resizing. (See second screenshot.) Press cancel if you so desire.

A folder named "Sized" will appear in the image folder. The resized photos are in that folder.

To install:

Extract the two files from the tar.gz file. Copy the .desktop to ~/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus. Copy the .sh file to somewhere in your path such as /usr/bin, /usr/local/bin or ~/bin. Double check that the .sh file is executable.

Edit the resizePhotos.sh file to change the size of the resized files, or the name of the "Sized" directory.

last updated on:
December 5th, 2006, 14:48 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Michael D. Hirsch
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ Tools

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