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I need an image resizer - avalanch - 07-19-2011 12:10 PM

I need an offline (preferably) image resizer, that does not need python, php, sql etc. If it's a visual studio plugin, I'm game for that. Problem is, I tried to resize a gif in mspaint and it stripped it's animation, it succeded in resizing though..

I don't make images or work with them alot (same goes with command lines). I do have gimp but I don't have a clue if it resizes or not, like I said, working with graphics isn't my thing... I suck at making them & working with them.

So if you come across an image resizer that works with gif's (won't stop the animation but will resize it), does not use a command line (gui please) please let me know.

like I pmed someone earlier

Basically according to this page, remove this stuff:
<img src="zwwlogo1.jpg" width="659" height="172" alt="">
(those width & height tags need to gtfo)

RE: I need an image resizer - pmeenan - 07-20-2011 01:02 AM

Animated GIF's are a special beast. Most software will resize all of the other image types but you'll need specific software for resizing animated gif's. If you google for "resize animated gif" you will get quite a few results and various options from online tools to windows apps.

Here are a few: