iResizer 1.1

iResizer scales an image without changing important visual content such as people, buildings, animals, etc. While normal resizing affects all pixels uniformly when scaling an image, iResizer resizing mostly affects pixels in areas that do not have important visual content.
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138 votes Vote

provide an 'undo' function, and preferably, multiple redo abilities.

Laurel, 19.10.2011, 08:09
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75 votes Vote

have a preview window and lockable aspect ratio

Olli, 19.10.2011, 10:12
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38 votes Vote

Add an eraser brush and generic polygons for the selection.

You currently have only a clear button.
Jhon Adam, 19.10.2011, 08:36
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24 votes Vote

provide a changelog for those of us who have the previous GAOTD version

LaurelN, 19.10.2011, 08:11
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21 votes Vote

Add editing options.

This app is not bad but be totaly improved. User does not have ability to remove important/unimportant marks, preview the result, view original picture's infiormation like even resolution.
Woonder, 19.10.2011, 10:49
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18 votes Vote

know why it distords all images completely apon giving custom size (Windows 7)

Gil, 19.10.2011, 08:35
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12 votes Vote

lower the minimum requirements for this software. I'm sure it will run on a computer with only a 1500mhz processor.

Aakash, 19.10.2011, 10:23
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Maintain aspect ratio of primary subject matter when converting between 16:9 and 4:3 'without changing important visual content'

Bob, 19.10.2011, 14:57
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Problem; it soooo slooow. Takes at least 1-2 min to do a simple re-size. Without using the red & green brushes, just simply re-sizing an image from a 3.2 mb file (3648x2736) down to a 1600x1200 file. And distorts the image completely, even though the

Mark Palmer, 19.10.2011, 20:37
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see a batch feature to resize and save as a new image multiple pictures

Mike, 19.10.2011, 16:15
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why does it have to be 2000mhz proccesor this seems as if it needs a hd computer (for example). it should be lower because it said in the description it will affect pixels if the image is not important.which means if i put a banana for example what w

matteo, 19.10.2011, 16:15
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