Automatically resize images as they are saved to your network

Overview
As the resolution of digital cameras continues to become ever higher, the increase in file size this brings creates it's own problems.
Whilst good practice says that images should be resized before being inserted into documents, this doesn't always happen, resulting in excessive document size. We've all seen the 15Mb, two page newsletter. EfficientImage has been designed to solve this problem.EfficientImage runs as a Windows Service, and automatically monitors selected folders. When an image file is dropped into a selected folder, it is automatically resized and moved or copied into destination folders, based on user defined profiles.

Feature
- Runs as Windows Service for automatic image processing
- Monitor local and network folders
- Profiles specify final image resolution and resize options
- Create multiple resize profiles
- Option to automatically monitor sub folders
- Monitor multiple folders
- Resize options available :
Max - Width and height are considered maximum values. The resulting image may be smaller to maintain its aspect ratio
Pad - Width and height are considered exact values - padding is used if there is an aspect ratio difference
Crop - Width and height are considered exact values - cropping is used if there is an aspect ratio difference
Stretch - Width and height are considered exact values - if there is an aspect ratio difference, the image is stretched

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