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    Resize JPG to 800x600 AND to fixed max disk size...

    Are there free small tools out there that are simple and allow one to not only set the image size (e.g. 800x600 - while keeping aspect ratio, so some interactiveness would be required to place the frame) AND have a restriction on disksize...?? So the tool should match the JPG quality to dela with that...

    I searched but didn't find (yet)...

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    I know you can change the image size with Irfanview. It is free so you can play with it to see if it does what you want. Only a 1.44 MB download. Check out the plugins too - only 7.66 MB.

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    Just tried that, the save to disk-size is available (with plugins loaded), I can't crop to a certain image-size...
    Last edited by ErikJan; 2011-08-11 at 18:02.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikJan View Post
    Are there free small tools out there that are simple and allow one to not only set the image size (e.g. 800x600 - while keeping aspect ratio, so some interactiveness would be required to place the frame) AND have a restriction on disksize...?? So the tool should match the JPG quality to dela with that...

    I searched but didn't find (yet)...
    ErikJan,

    Hello.... I'm not sure if this will work for you ...as i only use this sparingly Fastone photo resizer Free Regards Fred
    PlainFred

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    I haven't used Irfanview for a while but did use it for cropping resizing when it was installed. I had a look around and found this video. Are these features not what you are after? I don't know whether you found and tried them or not:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CdGo-aFr8s

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