gnuThumbnailer enables users to choose an entire folder of pictures, then select the type of thumbnails they like best. After this, they simply need to follow instructions to obtain professional-looking thumbs ready to be uploaded to their website.
Before generating the thumbnails, users can add borders to their images or overlay graphic watermarks. They can also specify the target file format, PNG or JPEG, and rename the output files.
You can also try the portable version of gnuThumbnailer.
NOTE: Free for private uses only.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· GUI embellished
· Monitor the creation of thumbnails
· Fundamental restructuring and optimization in order to minimize the memory and computational expense
· English language added