We like FastStone Photo Resizer’s businesslike user interface, too. It has a familiar layout: Select photos, individually or in batches, on the left-hand tree view, and click “Add” to add them to Photo Resizer’s right-hand Input List. A small, optional preview pane is nice but not really enough to distinguish between two very similar images, although that’s not uncommon in tools of this sort. Then choose a destination, output format, and other options and press Convert. Advanced Options let us rename files from the Batch Convert tab, though not with as many options as the Batch Rename tab. It’s sufficient for quick jobs, as we found out when we resized and renamed a batch of wallpaper. The Batch Rename tab’s templates let us rename our files with complex sequences. While the standard interface offers options such as lower and upper case and Ask before overwrite, clicking Advanced Options opened a dialog with ten tabs of extra settings as well as text and watermarking tools.
FastStone Photo Resizer 3.2 does so much so well that we think it belongs at the top of any list of photo editors for Windows — not just the free ones.
From FastStone Soft:FastStone Photo Resizer is an image converter and renaming tool that intends to enable users to convert, rename, resize, crop, rotate, change color depth, add text and watermarks to images in a quick and easy batch mode. Drag and Drop mouse operation is well supported.
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