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Thread: resize multiple images to 4:3 ratio

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    wildone
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    resize multiple images to 4:3 ratio

    I try to resize multiple images to 4:3 ratio. All the images are high and small. So resizing should add extra space in the width + fill the space with a background colour.
    I can do it with 1 image, but selecting more then 1 will not resize all the image to 4:3 ratio.
    Do I do something wrong or is this not possible?

    If it is possible with a payed version then let me know.

    Regards,
    wildone

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    Administrator Phil's Avatar
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    If you set to 800x600 for example and select mode "center" it should do what you want.

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    wildone
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    Phil, if you do that the height of the images is changed. That is not what I want. After doing your proposal all the image are cropped/ The ratio of all the (different) images should be 4:3, whatever width or height they have in the original version. The extra width filled up with selected colour.

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    Administrator Phil's Avatar
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    Ok, so this is not possible with LIR. It will only resize to fixed dimensions.
    May I ask what you need this for?

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    wildone
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    We have a webshop with more then 28.000 products. Many (>50%) original images are not 4:3.
    Therefore I am looking for a solution to fix those images.
    Every time we get new product images a lot do not have the wanted ratio 4:3.
    An we are not the only webshop.

    Hope you have a solution for this.
    Regards,
    Ronald

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    Hi Ronald,

    Did you find a way to do this? I need something similar but need to have 1:1 ration (i.e. square the images). Have several thousand images too.

    Thanks

    Dave

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