How to Resize Pictures for a Website

When you’re uploading pictures to a website – size matters. The file size itself is going to affect the loading time and excessively large pictures will take ages to load while consuming tons of bandwidth in the process. On top of that the dimensions of the picture itself will also be important, seeing as it needs to fit within a specific amount of screen real estate.

While there are quite a few ways to resize pictures, one of the easiest to do so for a website is by using Movavi Photo Batch. It is a specialized batch processing software for images that will allow you numerous options to resize your pictures as and how you please. In particular, you’ll be able to:

  • Fit pictures into a specific frame size without altering the aspect ratio of the original pictures.
  • Expand or shrink pictures by a percentage of their original size.
  • Set a custom size to resize the picture while ignoring the aspect ratio of the original.

Between these three options it is safe to say that you should be able to resize your pictures (in bulk if need be) to fit your needs. Aside from that you could also enhance the quality of the pictures, rotate, rename or convert them to other formats that are more suitable for web purposes.

Before you proceed to resize your pictures however, you should determine exactly which option is going to suit your needs best. Ideally choosing the options that don’t alter the aspect ratio is preferable, as that will retain its original form and won’t result in a skewed image. If you have numerous pictures of various sizes that you’re looking to resize then choosing to fit them within a specific frame size while retaining the aspect ratio might be best.

All in all, you should be able to quickly and effectively use Movavi Photo Batch as a picture resizer. It will only take a couple of clicks to select how you want to resize your pictures, and once you set it you can have it resize all your pictures in one go.