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    Anybody know of freeware image converter that crops, resizes and can do batch files?

    Hi Folks,

    Is anybody aware of any freeware programs for Win7 that can resize, crop and batch process these images?

    Intended use is for pupil ID cards for office staff.

    Any advice greatfully received.

    Kind Regards

    Scotstech
    Last edited by Dos_Box; 22nd March 2012 at 08:52 AM.

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    I would use Image Resizer for Windows

    It gives you right click context menu, so no software to open. Right click on photo or select multiple photos and choose resize. Fool proof.

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    BIMP - BIMP Lite Freeware download and reviews from SnapFiles . Great wee program, and fast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by edutech4schools View Post
    I would use Image Resizer for Windows

    It gives you right click context menu, so no software to open. Right click on photo or select multiple photos and choose resize. Fool proof.
    +1. Great.

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    We should just have ZH repeat post this thread automatically instead of having to retype it everytime

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    Unhappy

    Thanks to all who replied, some great choices there, but nothing simple enough for office staff to use sadly.

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    Not simple enough?! So what is the requirement?

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    I think he needs the app that scans a cd, finds the images, works out where the head is and guesses what size to reduce it to and automatically matches up to the correct pupil in SIMS

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    But don't tell him the name of it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleSi View Post
    I think he needs the app that scans a cd, finds the images, works out where the head is and guesses what size to reduce it to and automatically matches up to the correct pupil in SIMS
    import SIMSPhotoAI

    Ah - Python!
    Last edited by pcstru; 21st March 2012 at 09:17 PM.

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