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  • SmillaEnlarger icon

    SmillaEnlarger

    SmillaEnlarger is an open-source and portable application designed to help you intensively massage an image enlargement to keep it from looking jagged and filled with...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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    • It's free, it's efficient, it's open source and it's highly customizable. I was surprised how good my enlarged pictures looked once I played with the settings somewhat. I have tried other software but this was the best one yet. The only downside is that there is no batch mode. Guest • Dec 2016 Disagree   Agree
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    Fotosizer

    Fotosizer is a freeware batch image resizer tool. It resizes your photos in just 3 easy steps - 1. Photo selection, 2. select resize settings, then 3. Start the resize!

    Free Windows

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    Photo Size Optimizer

    A powerful photo resizer and optimizer for Mac, allows you to optimize all your photos by 80% ~ 20% comparing to their originals while keeping their original resolution...

    Freemium Mac

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    Send Reduced

    Send Reduced lets you send reduced resolution photos by email with the minimum number of taps. When sharing a photo, just choose "Send Reduced". The first...

    Open Source Android Android Tablet

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    ImageSplitter

    ImageSplitter is a Swiss army knife solution for your simple image processing. When it comes to cropping, resizing, converting or splitting images — ImageSplitter is...

    Free Web / Cloud

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  • Shrink O'Matic icon

    Shrink O'Matic

    Shrink O'Matic is an AIR application to easily (batch) resize (shrink) images. It handles JPGs, GIFs and PNGs.

    Free Mac Windows

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    Reshade

    Reshade offers the highest quality photo enlargement available for your computer. Resize images without the usual blur, jagged edges, halos, loss of sharpness or detail...

    Free Windows

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  • Picture Resizer icon

    Picture Resizer

    PhotoResize is a simple tool for very fast batch resizing of photos and pictures in JPEG format. Beyond simple options however, Picture Resizer also contains support...

    Free Windows

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  • STOIK Smart Resizer icon

    STOIK Smart Resizer

    Stoik Smart Resizer - Reduce and Enlarge Images! We often have to shrink or enlarge the size of images, for instance, for sending to a friend, for upload on Facebook...

    Commercial Windows

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  • HQ Photo Enlarger icon

    HQ Photo Enlarger

    HQ Photo Enlarger is a program that produces enlargements dramatically sharper than other software. The program offers an innovative image enlargement algorithm which...

    Commercial Mac

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    iResize

    iResize can resize, compress and save as JPEG the image files GIF, JPEG, PICT, PNG, TIFF and PSD files. Here are some key features of iResize: New and streamlined...

    Free Mac

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    Image Resize Guide

    Great program to resize an image without distorting its content. The free version does not allow the smart crop operation.

    Freemium Windows

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Photozoom Pro Comments

Best Image Enlarger

Positive Comment by realnabarl
about Photozoom Pro Aug 2015

Its unique algorithm - S-Spline Max, makes it different. Appearently it has the best performence for enlarging.

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Really good tool. I use it a lot to enlarge personal photos ...

Comment by DevilishVicious
about Photozoom Pro Jun 2011

Really good tool. I use it a lot to enlarge personal photos and images like wallpapers and stuff. It has 12 different algorithms that can be customized, it's only a question of finding the best one to suit your needs. Unfortunately it's a commercial software, but give the trial version a try and see for yourself.

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