From this window, users may set parameters to resize the output images.
There are 5 modes for resizing the output images :
If the item "No Smooth" is checked, the output image will not be smooth when resized, and this will save
the converting speed, but will lose image quality.
- Keep the original image size
If this is selected, the output images will not be resized. The size will be the same as the original.
- Resize to fixed width and height
If this is selected, the output images will be resized to the width and height values filled in the below text boxes.
On this case, all the output images will be of the same size.
- Resize to a percent value of the original isze
If this is selected, the output images will be resized to a percent of its orignal size. For example, if the value is 25%, then the converted file's size will be of 1/4 width and 1/4 height of the original size.
- Resize to a width value, and the height will use constrain proportions
If this is selected, the output images will be resized to the width and a height calcuated by the width and the aspect ration of width/height. For example, if the original size is 640 x 480, and the resize width is 160, then the output
image's size will be 160 x 120. The height value = the original height * the width value / the original width.
- Resize to a height value, and the width value will use constrain proportions
Like the above 4th selection, if this is selected, the width value = the original width * the height value / the orignal height.