If you have a folder of photos that you need to create thumbnails of, you can quickly do so in BatchPhoto Pro. In this guide, I will show you how to create thumbnails of photos that are in a folder using the BatchPhoto Pro program.
You can get started by opening the folder of photos that you want to create thumbnails of. To do this, you will need to click the Add Folder button on the right side of you program. When the box opens, locate the folder with the photos you want to create the thumbnails of and click it. Click Open and the photos will open in your BatchPhoto Pro program.
Now you will need to click the Filter button in the menu on the left. That will load the filter panel and you will see the Filter box in the middle of the panel with three buttons beside it. Look for the Filter button and click it. Then click the Transform link in the left panel. On the right side, find the Thumbnail link and click it. Click Add and the panel will close.
You will now see the thumbnail panel open. In this panel, you will see one original size photo and the thumbnail preview. It will only show one photo, but all of your photos will be resized. In the bottom of the box, you will see the width and height fields. You will need to change these fields to the size you want the thumbnails to be. Once you change the size, you can click the OK button.
Now you will need to follow through with your process to convert the photos to thumbnails. If you need help with following through with the process, read my guide on how to process photos in BatchPhoto Editor. It will walk you through the steps of saving your new photos you have created in BatchPhoto Editor.