Steep Roofs

Here’s one I walked today.

Sorry, the pictures didn’t post…It was steep…really.

Walt’s telling “fish” stories…:p:mrgreen::smiley:

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               **VSO Image Resizer** (renamed-**Light Image Resizer**) works really well and with a right click ease.

It is the perfect tool for those who store their digital pictures and images on their PC and who want to resize, compress, convert, create copies, import or organize photos.

With Light Image Resizer, you can create e-mail friendly versions of your images, load them faster, move them easily from folder to folder, change their format, edit large numbers of image files and thus save space on your hard drive.

Light Image Resizer is integrated into the Windows explorer shell, right click on your pictures and start working on your pictures !

Features of Light Image Resizer 4.6:

  • Convert between different graphic formats
  • Configurable compression/resolution ratio
  • Support file formats: Jpeg, gif, bmp, tiff etc
  • Support Digital Camera RAW formats: Canon .CR2, Nikon .NEF , .MRW Minolta
  • Handle single picture or batch mode
  • Customizable templates for renaming files
  • You can add your own watermark file
  • Reduce size photos perfect for web publishing/share photos by (
  • Integrate in windows explorer or works as a stand-alone application
  • Fast processing
  • Import directly from your memory cards
  • Save history of destination folder
  • Variable options and settings for advanced users
  • Multilingual support
  • Optimized for Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 / 8

Important Note about Light Image Resizer:

  • Following the announce of the acquisition of some products of VSO-Software catalog, we are happy to introduce our rebranded version of VSO Light Image Resizer.

Changes in VSO Image Resizer 4.6.2:

  • FIXED: handle leak in thumbnail view
  • FIXED: EXIF tags could not be used in filename mask if copying of EXIF metadata was disabled
  • ADDED: filename mask tag for formatted EXIF date, i.e.: %X-DateFmt[yyyy-mm-dd hh-nn-ss]
    dd = day, mm = month, yy = year (2 digits), yyyy = year (4 digits)
    hh = hour, nn = minute, ss = second
  • IMPROVED: delay creation of additional forms until they are needed

No picture of the roof but I ended up with a new resizer to try out. Still want to see that roof but for now I’m happy with the new software.:mrgreen: