Resizer:Image processing options
This article describes all of the image processing options, most of which are located on the main window.
Options found on the main window:
|Width, Height||Define the target width and height of the resized images.
Expressed as either a percentage or a number of pixels, depending on the state of "Target size is a percentage" option.
|Target size is a percentage||Toggles the units of the target width and height:
|No upscale of images||Prevent the resizing of images beyond the original size.
In other words, it allows images to become smaller (downscale), but not bigger (upscale), than the original image size.
|Fitting method||Options for controlling how the image will be resized to the target dimensions, taking into account the aspect ratio, choosing a pivot side, enabling padding and cropping.
See the Fitting methods article for a description of individual options.
|Output format||Select the output image file format. Use the "Original" option to maintain the original file format.|
|JPEG quality||The target quality of JPEG images on a scale from 0 (worse) to 10 (best).|
|Background color||Select the desired background color substitute for use on semi-transparent images (e.g. PNG with alpha channel information).|
|Output filename pattern||File name and/or path pattern for the resized images.
A selection of meta tags is available for reusing parts of the original file path, file counter, width and height properties.
Main menu options:
|Keep original created date||Apply the original created date to the resized image files.|
|Keep original modified date||Apply the original modified date to the resized image files.|