Freeware suggestions: Optimize Images in Bulk

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by stubborn_sage, May 3, 2009.

  1. stubborn_sage

    stubborn_sage Member

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    Hello! I've compiled quite a number of pictures in hi-res and I'd like to optimize all of them in just one sitting (in bulk) for sending to friends. Need help on the best freeware out there that can do exactly this. I'm still using Tiger.

    TIA
     
  2. francis79

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    you can use Picasa. =)
     
  3. stubborn_sage

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    thanks! i also figured out photoshop elements can do this work for me.
     
  4. Shinrai

    Shinrai Guest

    Imagewell also works. Very tiny and after dragging all the photos there, you can resize, crop, etc everyone as well as upload them too
     
  5. dryxzzz

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    If you already have the Adobe CS3 installed (particularly Photoshop & Bridge) in your computer, it will do the task for you. All your selected images in a single command.
     

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