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For those of you that resize images for website use or other purposes, what software package do you like?
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All my graphic works are done with gimp.
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Another Gimp user here. I have sometimes used ImageMagick for bulk conversions / transforms.
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I have seen some website scripts that use ImageMagick/GraphicsMagick to convert images on the fly.
http://www.fmwconcepts.com/imagemagick/index.php
http://im.snibgo.com/
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I pretty much just use ImageMagic, in fact don't even have Gimp installed. For browsing images on
my PC I like Nomacs.
This was not so "simple", but I used both Image Magic and Nomacs to make it.


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Absolutely netpbm for batch processing.

mtpaint for simple hand editing stuff.
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Another xpaint user here. Used to be an occasional gimp user until I realized that I only ever used about 5% of its functionality. It may not be perfect, but for the time being xpaint serves my needs.

I've also had excellent results with ImageMagick's montage & convert utilities when doing scripted bulk downloads of image tiles from the web and automatically stitching them back together again.
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