There might be situations where having a unitary photo compilation is of critical importance. Maintaining a specific file format, size, width, and height could bring you some benefits, but in order to reach this level of consistency, a software utility is needed.
Baiqi Image Resizer is one of the programs that could lend you some help in this regard, being able to resize and compress your photos either one by one or in batch mode, with the necessary user input being rather limited.
First of all, you should know that the application sports a user-friendly GUI that packs just a few features, which once again proves its rather narrow purpose.
You simply need to add your JPEG, PNG, BMP, or TIF files by resorting to the dedicated button at the top of the main window, with no drag and drop support being offered. Note, however, that if you change your mind about any of the items on your list, you cannot remove them individually since your only option is to clear all of them at once, which might be quite inconvenient for many users.
As for the details the list prompts you with, you should know that each image’s file path, size, height, width as well as status are displayed so that you know what adjustments are necessary.
As said, the application allows you to reduce your photos’ file size by meeting a threshold you establish either in KB or MB. Apart from that, tweaking their width and height is possible, with your only task being to indicate the new values in pixels.
Needless to say, choosing the output location is the final step you need to take, with the application creating a folder in which it groups all your new photos, with the entire operation being smooth and untroublesome, regardless of your tech skills.
However, there is definitely room for improvement since the app takes over a niche while users may prefer a tool that can do much more, such as carry out file conversion, change photo names, preview images, and more.
On an ending note, Baiqi Image Resize is a lightweight program with a modest feature set for users who need to compress and resize their photos in an undemanding GUI. While we have encountered no performance issues during our tests, the program could use some extra development in order to attract interest from a larger portion of the market.