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I need some help resizing bitmaps to values
I don't know of any programs because I never done this.
I got a couple of jpg file I would like to do but don't wanna lose any functions.

width 256 pixels
height 192 pixels
horizontal resolution 71 dpi
vertical resolution 71 dpi
bit depth 8 and 16
frame count 1

the file size needs to be 49.0 kb and 96.0 kb.

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A bit late... :D but...
IrfanView 4.20 and up (current is 4.30) has that file size option for saving JPGs (only). Also usable with its "Batch Conversion" menu.
I guess you can't manage all image settings+file size for BMPs as they are not compressed.

Edited by Ponch, 28 July 2011 - 12:57 PM.


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Thanks! Better late than never.

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You could also try imagemagick (that can almost do anything you can think of) from command line (useful for scheduled tasks).




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