Bulk Resize of JPEG Images

by techpilot007 28. June 2010 14:55
Just the other day one of the members of our client support team was faced with the task of resizing many images because the originals were too small to display. I heard about his task and I was reminded of a program I wrote a couple of years ago for doing just opposite in an effort to save space. The code was relatively simple and I had incorporated logic to keep the resized image in the same scale as the original. I figured it wouldn?t be too hard to add a check box for enlarging images and a little more logic. [More]


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