Quickscale is designed to let you scale a large amount of pictures to a desired size and format.
Now, why would you want to do that? For example, if you wish to share your holiday photos with family and friends, you can either send them by e-mail or put them somewhere on a website.
For every job, you might have different requirements... do the images have to fit in a maximum size, or do they have to be stretched in this size? If you want all your images to have the exact same size but you don't want to stretch them, try to Crop- or Box-scaling.
Maybe you want to save them all in a new, or existing folder, or maybe you want to leave them in their original location. Do you want to keep the original images or want to remove or replace them? In the case of folders, do you want to keep the hierarchical structure of the folder or must everything be put in one 'big' folder? It's all possible with QuickScale
Another big feature is the possibility to convert images to another filetype, for example to JPG, PNG, TIFF or GIF. Each filetype has some special options for each filetype like for example the quality. If you want to see the differences between two types you can always use the preview-export function, just to be sure you get exactly what you want.
QuickScale is designed to scale a bunch of images at the same time
QuickScale is optimized for Mac OS X to scale a lot of images fast and efficient
With a simple and clean interface, QuickScale shows you its possibilities and features in a blink
Want to mark your photos? QuickScale can burn a watermark on your images
QuickScale has multiple scaling methods, to ensure you can scale your images like you want it
QuickScale can export your images to four different filetypes: JPG, PNG, TIFF and GIF
Want to give your exported images a logical name? QuickScale can help you
Don't waste time with changing settings to different sizes over and over again