You can resize one photo in BatchPhoto Pro, or you can resize more than one photo. In this guide, I will show you how to resize your photos in BatchPhoto Pro. You will first need to open the photo or photos you want to resize. If you need help with opening your photos, please see my guide on this topic and it will walk you through the steps of opening one photo and multiple photos.
Once your photo is opened, you will need to click the Add Filter button on the left side of your program. Then you will see the Add Filter button in the middle of your program. Click that button and a box will open with all of the filters.
In the filters box, you will see the category of filters on the left and the filters on the right. Find the Transform category on the left and click it. In the right panel, you will need to click the Resize option. Once you have it selected, you can click the Add button to close the box.
Your resize properties box will now open and this is where you will need to set your measurements to resize your photo. If you are resizing more than one photo, all of the photos will be resized to the size you set in this box.
In this settings box, you will see the width and the height field. Change these sizes to what you want to change the size of the photo. Once you have your new sizes, you can click OK at the bottom of your box to resize the photos. The box will then close and the photo or photos will be resized.
You can quickly resize a lot of photos at one time in this program. So, if you have a folder of photos that need to be all one size, this would be the way to go. All you have to do is open the folder of photos and then select the resize option and resize them.