When comparing Irfanview vs Bulk Resize Photos, the Slant community recommends Irfanview for most people. In the question“What are the best image resizers?” Irfanview is ranked 1st while Bulk Resize Photos is ranked 4th.
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Pro Some editing tools included (cropping, color correcting, etc...)
Pro Lots of plugins available
Plugins can be found here.
Pro Batch processing
Even exif information can be batch processed.
Pro You can just scroll with your mouse to explore images
Pro Recognizes virtually any image format
Pro Ultra fast
If you press and hold the right-arrow button (for displaying the next image), you can watch images pass by as if they are a video, it's that fast. No stuttering, it loads images as fast as your hard drive can keep up.
Pro Can use 8bf (Photoshop) filters
easily resize bulk of images
Pro Runs online
no apps required to be installed
there is no limitation to use it
Pro Works offline after your first visit.
it will save the cache on your browser and loads on next loads
Pro No sign in or registration
you can use without any registration
Pro No Uploading
It is lightning fast because your photos are resized and compressed on your computer. They do not get uploaded or transmitted to any servers.
Con GIF viewing is buggy
GIF viewing has longstanding problems like flickering, incorrect framerate or artifacts, and it is very unlikely that it will be ever fixed.
Con Windows only
Con UI is far from ideal
Sometimes the interface is confusing.
Con Preferences are hard to find
Con No transparency support
The alpha is converted to the selected background color upon opening a picture. When saving the picture again, you can select a color which is converted to alpha again.