FastStone Photo Resizer v4.3

billon on 14 Jun 2019
  • 4MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 14 Jun 2019
  • Suggested by Widya Santoso

FastStone Photo Resizer is a batch image converter/resizer that enables users to convert, rename, resize, crop, rotate, change color depth, add text and watermarks to many images at one go. Supports file renaming and a conversion preview is available before processing.

Any set of conversion settings can be saved for future use.

Runs on:WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Yes
License: Free for personal use
How to extract: Download the "portable" ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch FSResizer.exe.
Similar/alternative apps: ImBatch
What's new?
  • Supports FAX and JFIF formats.
  • Improved processing speed (5X faster) of Batch Rename.
  • Fixed a bug that failed to load certain TIFF images.

35 comments on FastStone Photo Resizer  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Checker 2014-09-01 10:25

@ pravin007techno: Use the given download link.


Checker 2013-08-03 16:17

@ MILKO: It was entered to the TPFC-database in January, 2007 ... so I won't call it a "new" program.
Maybe it's new to you ;)


MIKLO 2013-08-03 12:51

I've been using the FS Image viewer for some time and it is a very useful app that I use all the time, I hope to get the same usefulness from this new program.Thanks for the hard work.


spicydog 2011-05-14 09:16

Nobody thought of File Blender!

Which DOES resize and DOES preserve the original format of each file (since it uses irfanview components), so basically it DOES what I need!

I even had it on my system and never thought of using it... I am such a moron!

(non need to add comments like "I second that"... Referring to the "moron part"... lol)


spicydog 2011-05-11 15:30

@ Amy: I suspect that you are missing the point, mate ;)

My previous posts were about (the lack of) the "Keep Original Format" option and not about (the lack of) the "Keep Original File" option.

In other words I do not want that during the resize/rename process my png, jpg, bmp, gif (etc.) files get ALL converted into .jpg files.

In the previous line (just above this one) ".jpg" is merely mentioned to indicate ONE single format (i.e. "jpg" could be just as well "bmp" or any other format/extension).

Bottom line: This is not about keeping (a backup of) the original files with their (original) size and name*** but rather about preventing that the file format/extension of all the processed file gets arbitrarily modified and converted into one single format/extension.

I hope all misunderstandings have now been cleared

***(that is obviously also very important but I am unaware of programs which do not include that very essential feature)


Amy 2011-05-11 02:05

@spicydog to clarify re shopping around, I meant look at each software option in case there are ones where the batch resizing tool deletes or overrides the original images. Apologies for any confusion, hopefully this clears it up.


Ola 2011-05-07 08:58


Ola 2011-05-07 08:47

The best software is:
1. Irfanview with the RIOT-plugin (not everyone has detected 'save for web' option). Batch size --> 1/10 or 1/20 with no loss in quality (slowest option)
2. DB sizer is also quite good. It has a sharpning that is actually quite good.


spicydog 2011-05-06 13:06

@ Ruby = Thanks pal, I know XnView ;)

What I did not understand was the comment by Amy Bradney-George ("my suggestion would be to shop around a bit more, it's terrible losing the originals (or going to much more effort to work around the software)")

Probably you missed the "@ Amy Bradney-George" on the 1st line of my post :)


Ruby 2011-05-06 12:37


XnView > Tools > Batch Processing > General (tab) > Keep source format (if possible)

Transformations (tab) > Image (expand) > Resize (double-click) > Go


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