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Does anyone know of a tool that can resize a batch of images to the largest size that keeps each one under a specified file size (preserving aspect ratio)? This would be very useful when uploading to sites with different file size limits

Edit: only needs to run on Windows

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I use IrfanView for batch resizing. It is a free program and has many powerful tools including the ability to batch file resize by file size, megapixel size, or Both.

http://www.irfanview.com/

Here are two screen captures of the batch file page.

Under "Advanced" you can set Width and Height or MegaPixel size.

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Under "Options" you can set a file size limit. "Set file size: 65 KB".

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    It is a good answer. Probably some people is voting down for the dependency on the image. Try to add the descriptive text Mike. – Rafael Feb 16 '16 at 23:46

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