Image Editing (Resizing) Program?

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pannaguma

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Guys please can you suggest an image editing program. My main purpose would be to resize/crop images to resolutions of mobile phones/mp3 players to be used as backgrounds. I am a noob to image editing so please suggest a program suitable for noobs.:)
 

Liggy

Is actually a real word..
I know photoshop works this way... but like you am kind of a noob at photoediting as well, I downloaded a trial version of photoelf once. it did resize/crop images, only downfall was it was trialware and therefore expired.

I like the place where u live ;)
 

it_waaznt_me

Coming back to life ..
IrfanView .. Supports batch resizing .. So you just set target dimensions, and it will process all files.. Best freeware ..
 

sakumar79

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For your basic image viewing/editing, Irfan view is great free alternative to ACDSee... For slightly more features in image editing, software like Paint.NET and Photofiltre are useful free alternatives to Photoshop.

Arun
 

Faun

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it_waaznt_me said:
IrfanView .. Supports batch resizing .. So you just set target dimensions, and it will process all files.. Best freeware ..
+1

irfanview : a nice proggie
 
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pannaguma

pannaguma

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thanx for ur help guys. actually i have already installed irfan view, but didnt know that it had image editing features. been using it only for viewing images.:mrgreen:
 

utsav

damn busy...
the image resizer powetoy is much useful if u do not resize many images.just right click on and image and select resize picture and select the size.done.its too ezzeee
 

Pathik

Google Bot
^^ arey she liked ur location.. wich is too big to fit in this place, so u didnt mention it !!! :D
 

bizzare_blue

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IMHO IrfanView is the best piece of software for ur needs and for that matter it's useful for most of image-related probs.
 

pushkar

Journeyman
I know this is a 4 month old thread, but I just want to ask which one is better between ACDSee Pro and IrfanView. People who have used both, please post your opinion.
 

ranjan2001

Cyborg Agent
ACDSee Pro and Irfan View they are not so comparable, one is free another is not.
Feature sets are quite different too.
 
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