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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

marked as duplicate by dpollitt, Caleb, Itai, Philip Kendall, TFuto Feb 19 '16 at 13:26

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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.


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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