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My wife and her her dear friend just came back from a 12 day vacation to Germany. My wife had her 12 megapixel camera (point and shoot) and her friend had a fairly new 20 megapixel camera, also a point and shoot.

The size of the 20 megapixel photos are quite large. I'm seeking a "batch" type of program to reduce the size of her photos - 182 of them - to something around 12 megapixels. This to make it easier to work with.

Does anyone have any recommendations? In advance, as always ..... thanks.
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Resize! should do the trick.
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I've used GraphicConverter for more than a decade, and it'll do stuff like this with ease...

look it up Lemke Software - Mac Fotobearbeitung, Mac Diashow, Mac Grafikprogramm, Mac Bildbetrachter: Start

I'm convinced it's one of the most overlooked graphics converter apps there is (and it does about 80% of what photoshop can do, but for free!).....
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I've used GraphicConverter for more than a decade, and it'll do stuff like this with ease...

look it up Lemke Software - Mac Fotobearbeitung, Mac Diashow, Mac Grafikprogramm, Mac Bildbetrachter: Start

I'm convinced it's one of the most overlooked graphics converter apps there is (and it does about 80% of what photoshop can do, but for free!).....
As chas pointed out, it's overlooked because it's not as capable as you think it is, and it has one antiquated UI. And free? Errr... no it's not.

I wonder if you meant GIMP?
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As chas pointed out, it's overlooked because it's not as capable as you think it is, and it has one antiquated UI. And free? Errr... no it's not.

I wonder if you meant GIMP?
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the shareware version is free..

But, yes the UI is a bit outdated. but then again, I ain't no spring chicken myself....
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