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Picture Resize Genius 3.0.0 Portable


How to Resize, Rename and Watermark Your Images with Picture Resize Genius 3.0.0 Portable




If you have a lot of images that you want to edit in bulk, you may need a software that can help you do that quickly and easily. Picture Resize Genius is a software that allows you to resize, rename, watermark and convert your images in batch mode. It supports more than 200 picture file formats, including GIF, JPG, TIFF, PNG, BMP, MIFF and TGA. You can also add text or image logo as watermark on all images, and adjust the position, rotation angle and transparency of the watermark. Picture Resize Genius is easy to use, as you can drag and drop any picture in Windows explorer and load them into the processing list. You can also crop a portion of the image or force a specified width or height and keep the proportion.




Picture Resize Genius 3.0.0 Portable



Picture Resize Genius 3.0.0 Portable is a version of the software that does not require installation. You can run it from any removable device, such as a USB flash drive or an external hard drive. This makes it convenient to use on any computer without leaving any traces behind. Picture Resize Genius 3.0.0 Portable has all the features of the original software, and it is compatible with Windows 7/8/10 and Windows Server 2008/2012/1016.


In this article, we will show you how to use Picture Resize Genius 3.0.0 Portable to edit your images in bulk. You can download it for free from this link [^2^] or purchase a personal or business license from the official website [^1^]. You can also watch a video demo of the software on the official website [^1^] or read some reviews from Download.com and Softpedia.com .


Step 1: Run Picture Resize Genius 3.0.0 Portable




To run Picture Resize Genius 3.0.0 Portable, you need to extract the zip file that you downloaded from the link above. Then, open the folder and double-click on the file named "PictureResizeGenius.exe". You will see the main window of the software as shown below:


Step 2: Add Images to the Processing List




To add images to the processing list, you have two options: manually choosing the files to load or by opening an entire folder on your disk. Only the images will be loaded into the processing list. You can also drag and drop any picture in Windows explorer and drop them on the main window.


To manually choose the files to load, click on the "Add Files" button on the toolbar or go to File > Add Files from the menu bar. A dialog box will appear where you can browse your computer and select the images that you want to edit. You can select multiple images by holding down the Ctrl key while clicking on them.


To open an entire folder on your disk, click on the "Add Folder" button on the toolbar or go to File > Add Folder from the menu bar. A dialog box will appear where you can browse your computer and select the folder that contains your images. All the images in that folder will be loaded into the processing list.


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