Author Topic: Pixer helps you to scale, rotate, add pad, or crop) images in a batch. Mac 10.4+  (Read 2159 times)

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Pixer is a little application that helps you to scale (or rotate, add pad and, crop) PNG, JPG, Tiff, PSD , BMP or PICT images in batch.



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Pixer
Change your images in a snap!

Pixer is a little application that helps you to scale (or rotate, add pad and, crop) PNG, JPG, Tiff, PSD , BMP or PICT images in batch (RAW support, only for Leopard users, is still in beta).
Drag an image, a group of images or a folder into Pixer and type the size you want (for example 500 for 500 pixel): Pixer will resize them to the desired size.

That's all!


Version 1.99
Donationware - Universal Binary - Mac OS X 10.4 or more required

If you decide to use this application regularly,
please do consider making a donation via PayPal.

After a donation, you will receve Kraken, that make you able to bypass boring link windows that appears in the end of work.

Hint 1: leaving the input window blank will create icons for the images without resizing them.

Hint 2: Pixer preserves transparency when creating an icon from a 24 bit PNG (for PNG 24bit, Pixer icon abilities preserve transparency!)?

Hint 3: you can use letters instead of numbers: H for 800 pixel, M for 480 pixel, L for 305 pixel and T for 80 pixel. If you use letters instead of numbers, Pixer will insert a standard prefix and postfix in the name of image (image.jpg becomes H_image_1.jpg).

Hint 4: to scale an image by percentage, just type the percentage (e.g: 50%, 74%, 16% etc) and Pixer will scale the image by that percentage.

Hint 5: to rotate an image just type the rotation degrees (e.g: 90°, 45° etc ).
(Please use "shift+option+8" for degrees)

Hint 6: to flip the image horizontally type "fh", to it vertically type "fv".

Hint 7: to crop or pad use two dimensions (e.g "1440x900" instead of "1440").
Now you can choose color pad (Leopard only).

Hint 8: the Jpeg button converts the non-jpeg images into jpeg images. You can use Jpeg ability with all others features.

Thanx to Tevac Forum and MacScripter Forum for AppleScript support and Daniele Trifirò and Iain Antony for english languages.

http://www.1802.it/pixer.php

 


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