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    Hi,

    I'm also trying to use the batch resize, but I want it to set the output size to 200x200, while retaining the asptect ratio.

    However, the source pictures are a wide variety of different shapes and sizes and after the batch conversion only 1 side is 200 and the other is < 200.

    What I want is for ifranview to 'pad' the image with white space to make it 200x200.

    Can it do this, or is there a 'padding' tool I can run after the conversion?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jxm View Post
    I'm also trying to use the batch resize, but I want it to set the output size to 200x200, while retaining the asptect ratio.

    What I want is for ifranview to 'pad' the image with white space to make it 200x200.
    I would just use Faststone Image Viewer or the Photo Resizer for that. Select both Resize and Canvas categories in Batch.

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    Another method is to use the Create Contact Sheet option from the thumbnail view (T).

    Output all pages of the contact sheet to separate files.
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    That totally works, too. Still, you'd lose the file names, but even so, it can be a good way to go.
    Last edited by Skippybox; 12.01.2010 at 12:21 AM.

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