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Light Image Resizer


Resize pictures, resize photos and resize images – compress, convert, and easily create copies of your pictures

A fast batch photo resizer

High quality results using ultra fast multi-core, photo resize technology

High quality image resizing filters – Lanczos and Bicubic for best compression quality, and Linear for speed

Create e-mail friendly images or use them for internet publishing

Sort, rename or add a watermark to protect your pictures from being stolen

Use the profiles library – iPhone, iPad mini, forum, HQ

Create custom PDF pages!

Easily convert JPEG to PDF

New: redesigned interface

New: create a collage of several images for print or social networks

New: adjust brightness and contrast, change color depth (BMP and JPEG)

Full Details
App NameLight Image Resizer
Publisher web site
Release DateJuly 22, 2015
Last Update On2020/07/24
File Namelight_image_resizer4_setup.exe
File Size6.66MB
Main OSWindows
Compatible WithWindows XP/Vista/7/8
CategoryDigital Photo Software
SubcategoryDigital Photo Tools
Total Downloads341030
Downloads Last 7 Days23
PRICE And Limits
License ModelFree
LimitationsNot available

Light Image Resizer software organizes your photos by changing their resolution or moving them within your hard drive. Light Image Resizer (previously VSO Image Resizer) is the tool for those who store their digital pictures and images on their PC and who want to resize, compress, convert, create copies, create thumbnails, and import or organize photos. you can easily create copies or you can work on the original HQ photos. Then share your resized photos online with friends.

VSO Image Resizer helps users deal with the massive amount of space photographs can take up on a hard drive. With a simple, yet directionless, interface, pictures can be reorganized and resized to meet needs, but comes with a risk.

This free program initially impresses with a colorful screen that looks professional and simple to navigate. However, a little playing around soon shows that users are in a canoe without any paddles. The simple-looking screen morphs into something far more complicated as option boxes expand with more confusing command choices. Not only are the options for adjusting picture size and save location less than intuitive, we found no Help file to hold our hand through the learning process. Adjusting pictures was eventually figured out through trial and error, but could come at a serious cost to some users. VSO Image Resizer doesn’t offer any way to preview the changes you are making, but makes sure you are informed that these are permanent changes. Our fear is that users will alter a picture in ways they don’t intend without a preview option.

After our image was converted we stumbled upon VSO’s lone positive surprise, a screen detailing your conversion. Here the program shows how many kilobytes you saved or gained by converting your picture and how fast it changed (ours converted instantly). At the end of the day, we cannot recommend this program because there are other photo resizing options that don’t run the risk of permanently ruining a shot.