Our easy-to-use tool lets you resize images in bulk, compress your images, change the format to PNG, JPG, or WebP and save as zip.
This tool allows users to easily resize and convert images to different formats. It's designed to offer a straightforward user experience while ensuring that images are processed quickly and accurately. Furthermore, all image processing is done on the client side, ensuring your images remain private and are not uploaded to any external servers.
The tool currently supports JPEG, JPG, PNG, WEBP, BMP, SVG, and ICO formats. You can easily upload these formats for resizing and conversion. If you try to upload an unsupported format, the tool will alert you.
Simply drag and drop or click on the designated area to upload your images. Once uploaded, you can choose the desired output format, compression level, and resize dimensions. After processing, you can download individual images or a zipped file of all processed images.
The tool uses lossless compression by default. However, depending on the compression level you choose, there may be a slight reduction in image quality to achieve smaller file sizes. Always review your images after processing to ensure they meet your quality standards.
For any assistance or questions regarding the tool, you can reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our dedicated team is always ready to assist you.
There's no strict limit on the number of images you can process. However, for optimal performance and to prevent any potential browser crashes, we recommend processing a reasonable number of images (e.g., 50-100) at a time.
While the tool can handle most image sizes, we recommend uploading images that are below 10MB each for the best experience and fastest processing times.
Once an image is converted to a new format, you can't revert it back using this tool. However, you always have the original image you uploaded, and you can re-upload and convert it to a different format if needed.
No, all image processing is done locally on your browser. We prioritize user privacy, so none of your images are uploaded or stored on our servers.
While rare, this can happen with certain images, especially those that are already highly compressed. The process of converting and compressing can introduce additional data. If you're seeking to reduce file size, try adjusting the compression settings or consider using the original image.