Pixer is a little application that helps you to scale (or rotate, add pad and, crop) PNG, JPG, Tiff, PSD , BMP or PICT images in batch. Drag an image, a group of images or a folder into Pixer and type the size you want (for example 500 for 500 pixel): Pixer will resize them to the desired size. That's all! Hint 1: leaving the input window blank will create icons for the images without resizing them. Hint 2: #Pixer preserves transparency when creating an icon from a 24 bit PNG. (for PNG 24bit, Pixer icon abilities preserve transparency!)? Hint 3: You can use letters instead of numbers: H for 800 pixel, M for 480 pixel, L for 305 pixel and T for 80 pixel. If you use letters instead of numbers, Pixer will insert a standard prefix and postfix in the name of image (image.jpg becomes H_image_1.jpg). Hint 4: To scale an image by percentage, just type the percentage (e.g: 50%, 74%, 16% etc) typing a percentage (50%, 74%, 16% etc) will scale the image by that percentage. Hint 5: to rotate an image just type the rotation degrees (e.g: 90, 45 etc ). Hint 6: to flip the image horizontally type "fh", to it vertically type "fv". Hint 7: to crop or pad use two dimensions (e.g "1440x900" instead of "1440"). Now you can choose Pad color (leopard only)
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It’s easy to think that all you need to carry with you these days is a smartphone and you’re ready for anything. But some extended periods away from my desk have discovered four things that are ‘must-haves’ for the traveller.