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resizing in batch-mode

Posted on 1998-09-29
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Hello world,

I'm looking for a program (shareware), which resizes my GIF-images. As I'm talking of a lot of images (about 500) I really need a batch-conversion-feature for the job.
Any idea?
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You can get an add-on for Paintshop-Pro (shareware) which does loads of things in batch mode, including resize, many formats.  It's called JASC BatchMaster.

check out www.jasc.com

Cheers - MorFF
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by:Tesla
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Hi Morff,

they now call it Image Robot and it's limited to 5 files...
However I've found the old version on the web - and it works!

Thanks a lot

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