Ever needed to resize your images? Make them larger or smaller? Ever wondered how you can batch rename a bunch of files at once? Well, these questions will be answered in the video below.
To resize your images, simply fire up ACDSee, and select the image you want to resize. Then go to the upper menu, select ‘Tools‘ – ‘Batch‘ – ‘Resize‘ or simply press (Command for MAC) Ctrl+R. You should select the radio button near the “Size in pixels“, and in the “Resize” option select “Enlarge or reduce“. Then check the “Preserve original aspect ratio” and near the “Fit within” option, select “Width only” and enter the width in pixels of the final image.
Click “Start Resize” and watch the magic happen.
If you want to rename more files at once, select them all either by clicking and dragging over all the images, or hold (Command MAC) Ctrl and left mouse click over the ones you want selected. Then go again to ‘Tools‘ – ‘Batch‘ – ‘Rename‘. Use the template as depicted in the video above to rename your images, and to assign them numbers, or letters.
You can also Insert custom metadata for each file when you rename the files.
Hope you enjoyed this tutorial! If you have suggestions or questions, please leave them below.