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License: GPL
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Publisher: Simon Kolciter & Petr Smely
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Questionably Usable Image Resizer Description

Questionably Usable Image Resizer is a handy, easy to use, simple application specially designed to help you batch resize image files, including an option to resize images to given maximum output file size.
Main features:

  • Resizing BMP, JPG and PNG images to JPG and PNG

  • Resizing by dimensions and maximum output size

  • Breakthrough WPF-based user interface

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