Resize Sense

Flexible batch image resizing and cropping

for Mac

  • resize, crop, rotate, rename etc. many images
  • handle any need with ease
  • save and reuse your configurations
  • ...
  • save A LOT of time!
Mac App Store link Resize Sense video overview

Resize Sense: Quick Start Guide

    Resizing configuration area in Resize Sense
  1. Run Resize Sense
  2. Add some images. Either drag & drop image files and/or directories to the browser area (as shown on the picture), or use the Add Images toolbar button .
  3. Define how images should be resized. Resizing configuration is defined in the configuration area on the left panel. Choose between the Single and Presets operation mode. In the former, a single resizing configuration is applied to all saved images. In the latter, all the selected size presets are applied to every saved image. Create some new presets if necessary. See Tips and the default presets for examples.
  4. Preview the results.
  5. Working with the Crop & Straighten tool in Resize Sense
  6. Crop & straighten manually if necessary. Unless the image will be deformed or extended with borders, you can adjust the crop rectangle manually for every image and every applied size preset. You can even straighten images (rotate by less than 45°).
  7. Save the results. Save all or selected images. If multiple size presets are applied, make sure to generate unique file names.

See the User Guide for more information.

Video tutorial

Note: this video is based on Resize Sense 1.2.0. Many new features have been added in newer versions.