iResizer

iResizer scales an image without changing important visual content such as people, buildings, animals, etc. While normal resizing affects all pixels uniformly when scaling an image, iResizer resizing mostly affects pixels in areas that do not have important visual content.

iResizer lets you shrink or enlarge images to improve a composition, fit a layout, or change the orientation. It is a handy way to resize images non uniformly while preserving the key features of the picture.
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130 votes Vote

Undo/Redo brushes

Cornbottom, 10.03.2011, 08:19
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113 votes Vote

Allow one to discard objects when enlarging the photo. Currently the discard function only works if you are shrinking the photo. Combine iResizer with InPaint for the best of both apps in one.

lahazard, 10.03.2011, 08:05
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77 votes Vote

Add Smaller brush sizes to deal with detailed graphics. It distorts detailed graphics,

Thumper, 10.03.2011, 09:04
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77 votes Vote

Aspect ratio

When entering the new size of the image, give the possibility to maintain aspect ratio of the picture.
Marcus, 10.03.2011, 10:27
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60 votes Vote

add option to always open favorite folder. For now there is too much navigation.

xCurt, 10.03.2011, 08:36
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Preview

Add a small window that shows a preview of how the resize will turn out, that requires of course that you give the option to select end-size before pressing the "Resize" button.
Marcus, 10.03.2011, 10:29
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6 votes Vote

It would also be nice if it did it in batches, I wasn't able to find a way to do this. Clicking on the help button doesn't work

Beth Kenady, 10.03.2011, 09:38
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6 votes Vote

Turn this into a Photoshop Plugin!

Gary B., 10.03.2011, 10:04
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6 votes Vote

Selection option to size the brushes in combination with undo/redo brushes.

Ab Daams, 10.03.2011, 10:38
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6 votes Vote

Have the last directory as the default

The last directory I used should be the default new directory.
Tony Osime, 10.03.2011, 12:03
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6 votes Vote

There are several obvious things that could improve the program. An undo-last-stroke function while marking the image, or undo brushes; the brush pointer should be the actual size of the brush; the resize window should have options for centimeters or

Dizzak, 10.03.2011, 13:33
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5 votes Vote

Fit to window

Include a button that resizes the image to fit the screen in one click to save time scaling the picture.
Tony Osime, 10.03.2011, 12:08
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1 vote Vote

Aspect ratio - when entering the new size, give one-click option for standard aspect ratio output, 4x6, 4x5, 5x7

J, 10.03.2011, 23:19
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Be able to autofill an outline. Enclose the item you want to keep in green and hit autofill. Enclose the items you want to discard in red and hit autofill.

Mike Aeder, 11.03.2011, 00:21
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0 votes Vote

scale by percentages.

ldahl, 10.03.2011, 22:11
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It would be nice to have default template sizes to choose from. (4x6 photo/ 640x480 web / etc.)

prelude2250, 10.03.2011, 19:44
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After resizing if image is not right then able to go back to original without having to again brush up important and non important objects. Have a removal tool for brush strokes

aaron herskovic, 10.03.2011, 20:18
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include tool to detect automatically faces, architecture and details, add a batch mode, make it worth for mass processing.

detail selection is made through interaction. It is not worth for many images. Another thing, as a result of my try I got an uggly image morphing, which was not useful.
Alain, 10.03.2011, 21:49
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Have an 'undo' or 'erase' brush so I can fix small mistakes without having to re-do the whole thing.

Moosie, 10.03.2011, 22:38
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