Format and optimise your digital photos for your digital
Digital Photo Frames are great, and becoming increasingly popular.
However, typically they come in widescreen (16:9) sizes, which is great
for movies, but less great for digital photos which are commonly taken
by digital cameras in a non-widescreen format (usually 4:3). This
results in the photo frame having to display the image matted with ugly
black bars down the sides, or cropped by losing the top and bottom of
FrameSize is an application that allows you to quickly
overcome these limitations and produce high quality images from your
digital photographs that are formatted properly and perfectly optimised
for your digital photo frame.
Now Available: FrameSize 2.0
The latest update of FrameSize comes with a host of new
features, but retains the simple, easy to use interface of the previous
version. Best of all, it's still completely free.
- If the original photograph contains information about the
image produced by a digital camera or tagged in Windows (EXIF data),
the data is now retained in the output image. This data is used by some
digital photo frames to sort images in date order, or to overlay the
image with information about the image.
- Information about each image (for example, the date taken
or a description) can optionally be written at the top and
the output image. The data that is displayed and the location it
appears in is entirely configurable.
- The quality of the output images may optionally
allowing even more photos to fit in a digital photo frame's memory.
- More than one set of options can be saved allowing for
photos for several photo frames to be maintained on the same computer,
each with their own output resolution and output folder.
- When opening photos in a folder sequentially, it is now
possible to use a 'Back' button to return to the previous photo.
examples of FrameSize