Frequently Asked Questions
Can I add a link to Fotosizer.com on my website?
Of course. We're very happy for you to help promote Fotosizer. :o)
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Can Fotosizer be installed silently?
Use a /S (uppercase) parameter when you run the installer. This will use all the default options and not display any setup windows.
What Operating Systems are supported?
Fotosizer is supported on Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7, Windows 8 & 8.1 and Windows 10.
There are no Mac, Linux, iOS, Android or Chromebook versions.
Do I need to be an Administrator to install Fotosizer?
Yes, to install Fotosizer, you must have Administrator rights to your PC. This is common to most software installations.
When upgrading to a new version of Fotosizer, do I need to uninstall the old version first?
No, you can install newer versions of Fotosizer over the top of the existing installed version, without having to uninstall first.
Do I need to be an Administrator to run Fotosizer?
No. You can run Fotosizer as a normal or restricted user. You will only need to run as an Administrator if you are accessing files/folders that are protected by security on your PC.
How do I change the filename from the default %F (copy)?
By default, the filename in the destination settings section is set to "Create copies" with a filename mask of "%F (copy)" you can change this to a custom filename mask by selecting "Custom" from the filename drop-down selection box, then choose the filename mask you wish as below.
What are the available Filename mask codes?
You can find the available list of Filename mask codes by clicking the Help button next to the Filename mask field.
Here is a list of supported codes:
- %F - Original filename (without the file extension)
- %W - New width (in pixels)
- %H - New height (in pixels)
- %PW - Percentage width
- %PH - Percentage height
- %N - Consecutive number (index in list of images being resized)
Number of N's determines the number of digits:
%NN = 01, %NNN = 001
- %D - Current day (01 - 31)
- %M - Current month (01 - 12)
- %YY - Current year (2 digits)
- %YYYY - Current year (4 digits)
Using the %N filename mask you can choose the starting number using the "Start numbering at:" setting that is available when a filename mask of %N is used.
How do I just batch change my photos to Black and white or just apply one of the other effects?
Choose the Percentage resize option, keeping the percentages at 100%. Then, tick the 'Black & White' box or the effect or your choice in the Effects section and click Start.
How do I just batch rename my photos without resizing?
Choose the Percentage resize option, keeping the percentages at 100%. Then, choose a filename mask in the destination setting, choose where to save the resized photos and click Start.
How do I resize portrait and landscape photos at the same time to a custom width and height?
You can resize photos of different orientation by using the "Reverse width and height by orientation".
For example if you want to resize 2 photos, one landscape and the other portrait with the settings width=800, height=600, the resulting landscape image will be resized to 800x600 and the portrait image will be resized to 600x800.
What happens when I select the "Duplicate source image folders" setting?
The "Duplicate source image folders" setting tells Fotosizer to re-create the folder structure of your source images in the destination folder.
For example if you have the following:
Destination Folder: D:\My Documents\My Pictures
Source Image location: C:\Test pictures\large\boat_hiRes.jpg
The folder image will be resized and saved to the folder:
D:\My Document\My Pictures\Test pictures\large
What happens when I click one of the "Buy Now" buttons?
When you click one of the "Buy Now" buttons above, you will be redirected to a 3rd party payment gateway FastSpring. You can complete your purchase through our page on their site, choosing quantity of licenses and enter your contact and payment details. We do not receive any of your credit card/payment details from FastSpring.
How will Fotosizer Professional be delivered to me when I buy it?
When you have completed your purchase of the Fotosizer Professional edition, you will receive your product license key on the completion page, along with a link to download Fotosizer. You will also receive a confirmation email with the same details and another email receipt of your purchase.
What is meant by "lifetime license"?
When you buy any of the variations of Fotosizer Professional, you receive a "lifetime license". This means that you will be eligible to receive any updates or future new versions completely free without needing to buy the product again.
Will my Fotosizer Professional license still be valid if I upgrade my computer?
If you upgrade your computer or buy a new computer, simply uninstall Fotosizer Professional and then use the Re-activation form here to request a re-activation so we can reset your license, then you can activate Fotosizer Professional again.
When I resize my photos, is there a way to keep the information stored by the camera such as date taken, camera model?
Yes, version 1.30 and above of Fotosizer now contains options to enable saving of information about the camera used to take the photo such as camera model, date taken, etc.
The "Copy EXIF information (JPEG)" should be checked by default but if not, simply go into the Miscellaneous settings section.
When I resize my photos, is there a way to remove the information stored by the camera such as date taken, camera model, GPS information?
Yes, simply go to the "Miscellaneous settings section and untick the "Copy EXIF information (JPEG)" setting.
Is it possible to keep the original created, modified or date taken dates when I resize my photos?
Yes, in the Miscellaneous settings section Fotosizer now has date settings:
Copy EXIF Date Taken (JPEG)
Keep original file Creation date
Keep original file Modified date
Can I crop my photos using Fotosizer?
Yes, Fotosizer now has a "Crop" Resize mode. You just select the cropped size you want, the position of where to apply the crop in your photos.
Where has the "Center image in target resolution" resize setting gone?
The "Center image in target resolution" setting has now been replaced by the "Pad" resize mode. This now also allows you to choose if the position rather than always being centered.
What does the "Auto white balance" setting do in the Colour Adjustment section?
Unlike the human eye, digital cameras can't automatically adjust to compensate for variations in the colour of light, potentially causing unnaturally coloured pictures.
Using the Auto White balance setting, pictures can be adjusted to correct white balance and make the picture more naturally coloured.
Where has the "Auto Rotate" setting in the Professional Edition gone?
The "Auto Rotate" setting has been moved into the Options dialog. It now also enables thumbnails in the Image selection list to be automatically rotated based on camera EXIF metadata.
Can I resize my images by choosing a file size?
No, Fotosizer does not have the ability to resize by choosing a file size but using the Fotosizer Preview changes window, you can see the final file size of your images after your chosen resize settings and other processing settings have been applied.
Where can I find the EULA (End User License Agreement) for the Fotosizer Standard Edition?
Below is the link to the EULA for the Fotosizer Standard Edition (Free):
Where can I find the EULA (End User License Agreement) for the Fotosizer Professional Edition?
Below is the link to the EULA for the Fotosizer Professional Edition: