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    what software can batch rename and resize images?
    anyone know? Looking for something to replace my acdsee

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanL View Post
    anyone know? Looking for something to replace my acdsee

    Thanks.
    Others have said automator will do this. I haven't used it though, so it's something you might want to browse for unless some one else chimes in soon enough.
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    Automator is good for batch processing. Oh, and Photoshop can do batch processing, too, if you have it.

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    Yup, if you have Photoshop, go to File, Scripts, Image Processor. It will process one folder of images into another, and can do all sorts of things, like resizing, changing color spaces and so on. I use it all the time. A wonderful tool.
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    Automator for free but limited ability.
    Photoshop for the full blown automated process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanL View Post
    anyone know? Looking for something to replace my acdsee

    Thanks.
    A great app to batch resize and rename images for macOS is ImageSize .

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    Quote Originally Posted by edwardmay View Post
    A great app to batch resize and rename images for macOS is ImageSize .
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    Quote Originally Posted by badshoehabit View Post
    TEN year old thread!

    Well, one never knows I guess. It might help anyone searching.


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