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Hello I'm Mark,
I just started to get my new mac running and was looking into how to handle photos.
I post photo of hikes and fishing on a few web forums but the photos need to be resized first and uploaded to photo bucket.

What Ui use to do was download them into a file with the date and then make a sub folder named resize and run Resizer-pro A batch resizing program, it put the resized photo's in the resize folder.

can this be done in Iphoto, I was looking at how to do it but you have to do it outside of Iphoto.

any other suggestion?
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Have a read of these suggestion from Apple Discussions using iPhoto. Graphic Converter software may also help Do a search in the App Store:-

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4508528?tstart=0

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Try using Resize!. It works exactly the way you just described your old software.

EDIT: you'd have to do it outside iPhoto, but you can just drag/drop what you want resized into a temporary folder to run the job.


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Thanks the resizer software will work.

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