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Resizing Graphics

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by John, Mar 7, 2010.

  1. John

    John Flightless Bird

    I notice earlier in the NG that someone was asking about an image
    resizer. I always use Photofiltre which is an excellent free download
    prog for dealing with Graphics.
    http://photofiltre.en.softonic.com/
    The prog has a dropdown for image, and you can alter the dimensions to
    whatever you want. It is also better than many other programs for
    retaining the clarity of the picture you are processing

    --
    John
    On 8meg Broadband from West Cornwall
    http://westcountryman.110mb.com
     
  2. FiOS-Dave

    FiOS-Dave Flightless Bird

    I always use IrfanView. It is free and quite useful.
    It is size and speed optimized, so has a very small
    footprint. It has been my default image handler for
    several years and have found nothing to replace it
    for all its options!

    Dave


    "John" <jwimpenny@home.invalid> wrote in message
    news:mn.3c547da392394263.62017@home.invalid...
    > I notice earlier in the NG that someone was asking about an image resizer.
    > I always use Photofiltre which is an excellent free download prog for
    > dealing with Graphics.
    > http://photofiltre.en.softonic.com/
    > The prog has a dropdown for image, and you can alter the dimensions to
    > whatever you want. It is also better than many other programs for
    > retaining the clarity of the picture you are processing
    >
    > --
    > John
    > On 8meg Broadband from West Cornwall
    > http://westcountryman.110mb.com
    >
    >
     
  3. Colon Terminus

    Colon Terminus Flightless Bird

    "John" <jwimpenny@home.invalid> wrote in message
    news:mn.3c547da392394263.62017@home.invalid...
    >I notice earlier in the NG that someone was asking about an image resizer.
    >I always use Photofiltre which is an excellent free download prog for
    >dealing with Graphics.
    > http://photofiltre.en.softonic.com/
    > The prog has a dropdown for image, and you can alter the dimensions to
    > whatever you want. It is also better than many other programs for
    > retaining the clarity of the picture you are processing
    >
    > --
    > John
    > On 8meg Broadband from West Cornwall
    > http://westcountryman.110mb.com
    >
    >


    That website tries to download something called
    "SoftonicDownloader34294.exe".
    No thanks.
     

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