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Post Posted: 07:12am - Jul 26,07 
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After talking to a bunch of members I tried to find a tool to help with resizing photo, many are to large for our server to resize. Here's a simple Image Resizer that you can download for free.

This will work great with our image hosting.

Download Image Resizing Tool

Or if the remote server is down

Local Download of Image Resizing Tool

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Post Posted: 06:16am - Jul 27,07 
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Marc works great, thanks for the pointer

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Post Posted: 07:24am - Jul 27,07 
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Ya, it's a pretty cool piece of software and it runs locally real damn fast.

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Post Posted: 03:16pm - Sep 23,07 
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Man I was just complaining bout what a pain it is to try and resize photo's and then I see this post. This resize software is easy to use. Thanks Marc.

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Post Posted: 05:53pm - Sep 27,07 
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Without a doubt one of the best resizer programs out there. I do not lose any detail on my photos.

The price is right also!

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Post Posted: 03:14pm - Feb 1,08 
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Thanks for the link, worked great

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Post Posted: 05:54pm - Mar 17,08 
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This software is slicker than snot on a glass doorknob. Been using it for a while, just downloaded an update, 2.0.3 , from their site..........murph810

http://bluefive.pair.com/updates.htm

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Post Posted: 03:15pm - Feb 14,09 
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I assume you are all resizing your photos that were taken with you own camera.

I have had 2 different digital cameras over the years and looked at several others when shopping for the cameras I ended up purchasing.

All of the cameras I own or saw have a resizing feature built into them. You can resize your photos and save it as a new file in the new size so you don't lose your original photo at the higher definition.

You can then download the resized image directly onto your PC and it is all ready for emailing.

Check it out.

Hope this helps.

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