Jrezz - Java batch image resize/resample/convert

JRezz is a small Java Swing utility used for batch resampling digital image files. Particularly useful when downloading many images from a high megapixel digital camera and wishing to upload to Facebook or share via email, etc.

Key Features:
  • Platform independent - will run on any system with Java installed;
  • No installation required - just double-click jar to run;
  • Supports drag-and-drop of files;
  • Supports recursive selection of all files from any top-level directory;
  • Resample image to conform to a maximum height or width;
  • Maintains aspect ratio;
  • Can convert from one format to another during resampling;
  • Supported input formats: BMP, GIF, JPEG, JPG, PNG, WBMP;
  • Supported output formats: BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, WBMP;
  • Efficient resampling of any batch size;
  • Free and open-source!
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Usage: Download JRezz.jar (100KB), save to a directory and double-click to run (or execute ‘java -jar JRezz.jar’ from cmd prompt).

Requires: Java 1.4.2+


Source: JRezz_src.zip (1MB)

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