If you spend a lot of time working with images chances are you’re uploading them to various social networking sites or sharing them with friends online. If you’ve got a great camera device, your images are probably going to have a great resolution that won’t display too kindly on devices with a lower resolution. Image resizing certainly helps make the whole process a lot easier because you not only save time on uploading them but also reduce the load times for those who are viewing the images. SendTo-Convert is a simple tool for Windows that lets you resize multiple images effortlessly using the right-click menu option. It even lets you drag and drop images for easy resizing. In this post, I’ll show you how in a few simple steps you can solve all your image resizing headaches.
How to Use SendTo-Convert to Resize Images
1. Head over to http://www.vieas.com/en/software/stcon.html and download SendTo-Convert. (Scroll down the list of apps and choose the appropriate software option.
2. Run the EXE file and run the wizard to complete the set up.
3. The application opens up and you’ll notice that it’s a simple dialog that holds all resize options. The Output Format dropdown lets you choose if you want your image to be delivered in BMP, PNG, JPEG, or GIF format. The Resize section lists options for shrinking the image. You can input the width, height and long side settings. The Output Folder lets you choose a default saving location.
You can also choose to add the settings you defined to the Send to menu.
Once that’s done, all you need to do to resize images to the settings you defined in the application is to select one or more images and right-click on them. Then hover over the Send to menu and choose SendTo Convert.
If you have the SendTo-Convert app open, you can also drag images and drop them onto the app interface to resize them.
SendTo-Convert is a really simple tool that does the job you want with a simple right-click option. Unlike other tools it does not offer multiple options for resizing. So if you want to vary the resize options you will have to head back to the tool and modify the existing settings for the new changes to work.
If you have a Windows PC and find yourself struggling to resize images conveniently, go ahead and give SendTo-Convert a try.