Image Resizer

Online Image Resizer

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What size does an image file have?

Several pixels make form an image. Each pixel is colored and displayed as a combination of three colors (red, blue, green, and red). All of these pixels are normally stored in three bytes (24 ones or zeros). Consider a large image with millions of pixels. Thousands of bits are needed to store all the data related to an image on a computer or other device.

If a camera or cellphone claims to be able to take 10-megapixel photos, each image has 10 million pixels (a mega is a million). It takes 30 million bits, or thirty megabytes, to store an image with 10 million pixels, which is a lot of space!

You will need the ability to send 30 gigabytes of data if you want to email this image (or numerous images) to a friend. The image may take some time to upload, and it will take a while for the recipient to download it.

How can I reduce the size of an image?

The image can also be compressed. By doing this, the file's size is decreased without having to change its size. As compression is increased, the quality of the images degrades, and information is lost.

Resizing your photo is an additional choice that will cut down on the number of pixels required to save the image.

The picture's quality is unaffected by its size reduction, albeit it might lose a few minor details.

Nowadays, most cameras and cell phones have more than 6 million pixels. However, the majority of tablets, cellphones, notebook, and TV screens only have 1.5 million pixels. As a result, you'll see scaled-down reproductions of the picture (you can only print the entire image when printing it). Therefore, even when viewing the portrait in full-screen mode, you won't lose any quality or details if you resize your image and cut the width and height in half. This is because the image will have roughly the same number of pixels as the screens that display it.

If you have a large image, we advise shrinking it to 1800 by 1100 pixels with a JPG file size and 90% quality. This will produce a flexible image of good quality that you can quickly share with anyone.


All units for image resizing are supported!
Any size is supported by us (cm or mm and pixels)

a live preview of the pictures
Before downloading, check out the live display of the different adjustments you've made to your image (such as rotation, cropping, or ratio fixing).

There are support for several picture formats.
The picture formats that we presently support are JPG, JPEG, PNG, and GIF.
Future additions include more formats.

Every platform is supported.
With any internet browser, the tool functions.
As a result, it is accessible on PCs, Android tablets, iPhones, and even computers.

We guarantee the security of your photographs!
We don't collect any information from you, and 30 minutes after posting, we'll delete your photograph.

transferring configurations
You are able to upload your settings on the download page.
Your resized photographs are also shared if you or a friend download them from that page.

Resize Image is an online tool that allows users to apply compression and size reduction to any image on the internet Save the resulting photos in JPG, PNG, GIF, or BMP formats, among others.




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