If you have more than one photo that needs resizing, you can do what is called a Batch Edit. A batch edit will allow you to edit more than one photo at one time. Using the batch edit will save you a lot of time. In this guide, I am going to show you how to resize a batch of photos using PhotoRite FX. You can resize as many photos as you want, but all of the photos will be the same size. You can get started with opening the batch of photos you want to resize. If you need help with opening your batch of photos, you can see my guide on that topic and it will walk you through the steps of opening them.
Opening the Resize Batch Editor Tool in PhotoRite FX
Now you will need to open the Resize Batch Editor tool. At the top of PhotoRite FX, you will see the Batch Tools button. Beside this button is an arrow. Clicking that arrow will open a menu of the batch editor tools. When the menu opens, look for the Resize tool and click it. The resize box will open and this is where you will resize all of your photos you have selected.
Resizing a Batch of Photos in PhotoRite FX
Now that you have your batch editor resize tool open, you can begin resizing your batch of photos. In this box, you will see the width field and the height field. You will need to know the size you want to resize them to in order to use this tool. In the width and height box, you will need to change the sizes to what you want to resize the photos. To resize the photos, you can drop the boxes down and select a size that you want to go with. You can also delete the sizes in the boxes and type your own sizes.
When you are finished with creating your new photo sizes, you can click the OK button to resize all of the photos you selected. Save your photos before exiting the program.