Dare to Be Creative releases ResizeMe 1.0

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Dare to Be Creative has recently announced their new product, ResizeMe, a batch image and photo editor for Mac OS X 10.4 and higher. ResizeMe can be used to flip, rotate, and scale thousands of photos at one time, and it supports all of the popular image formats (.pdf, .tif, .png, .jpg) while managing to protect the EXIF data.

There is a 10-day trial available for this 2.6MB application, and it will cost you $19.95 if you want to purchase it. It’s a universal binary, so it will work on both PPC and Intel based Macs.

This is the third tool from Dare to Be Creative that deals with batch images. Along with ResizeMe, they have Renamer4Mac, a batch file renamer, and Dragoman, a batch image and photo converter. If you have a large quantity of photos to which you need to perform a similar task in an efficient manner, it seems like Dare to Be Creative would be the place to go. If you have used or plan on using any of these applications, be sure to let us know how they are.

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