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is there a program or tool which can take a bunch of pictures and resize them to a desire size. the reason i ask is because i would like to upload a bunch of pictures into our hospital website gallery. so what we do when people come to our vet hospital we take a picture of there pet and its stored via a server so we now have coppermine as our gallery for our website and i would like to upload all there pics into the gallery and on another note can i upload a zip file to copper mine and extract it through coppermine to a gallery
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I use adobe lightroom...its not free but you get a 30 day trial. You can do so muck with it in terms of image adjustments and batch editing.
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thanks this actully looks really promising +rep
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I agree. Lightroom is great for image editing/resizing. But if you don't wanna deal with the 30 day trial, try a freeware batch image resizer like Fotosizer
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http://www.benvista.com/photozoompro

I once took a 640x480 photo and blew it up to quadruple its size. It uses vector-based formulas to make up the details in between. Absolutely amazing quality.
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Image Resizer Powertoy Clone
It's a batch converter, should do what you need. I love this tool.
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