Bulk convert jpg image files to 200 dpi

I'm looking for a program that will bulk convert jpg images to 200 dpi.

Does anyone know of such a program?
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Brian MatisProduct ManagerCommented:
Adobe Lightroom is great at this sort of thing (and a whole lot more).
SteveL13Author Commented:
I am looking for something free.
Brian MatisProduct ManagerCommented:
Ahhh... well that's a different story then. I've heard of irfanview being a free image converter, but haven't used it myself.

Take a look at this Solution here to see if that'll help out:

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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
Yes - Irfanview can do this: File ―> Batch Conversion/Rename. Navigate to folder with images, select images, click on Add.

On left,  select the Batch conversion - Rename result file so you don't overwrite the original files.

Check the Use advanced options (for bulk resize...) and click the Advanced button.

On the bottom left of the Set for all images panel, place 200 in the New DPI value field and click OK.

Add something to the end of the  Name pattern field.

Click Use current ("look in") directory and click Start Batch button.

Download Irfanview here: http://www.irfanview.com/.
NVITEnd-user supportCommented:
Here's IrfanView setting for bulk conversion:
IrfanView convert to 200 DPI
Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
Thanks 4 the points :-)
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