How do I resize a batch of images with a few clicks?

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  1. carlostau

    carlostau TPF Noob!

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    Hi there,
    I have a batch of about 150 images on Lightroom and/or Apple's Aperture that I would like to resize say at 15% and save them at a different folder with a suffix like "DSC332_resized.jpg"
    How can I achieve that without having to process each picture one by one?
    Thanks!
     
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    In lightroom, select all the pictures you wish to export, then File>Export and the there is the option to specify the size of the images.
     
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    Thank you all!
     
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    Try QuickResizer You can specify how many percent (or by pixels) you want to resize and you can append the suffix "_resized" to your existing file name and save it to a different folder. It will resize all photos in a folder for you. No more one by one processing!
     
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    People may laugh, but sometimes I use irfanview. It's a good freeware image viewer, but it can also do batch processing (change size, compression, file type, etc). I sometimes even use it to convert a bunch of RAW files to JPEG since it's much faster than using Photoshop's batch processing (at least on my old computer!)...sometimes you need something quick and dirty! :)
     
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