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    Looking for software that can resize images in bulk (have thousands) to a specific size say 250 x250.

    Take smaller ones and upsize them 250 x 250 larger images downsize to 250 x250?

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    Thumbs Plus - cerious.com. Anyone working with medium to large amounts of images needs this program.

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    We use spinwave.com's jpeg cruncher. Great program. Free trial available.

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    Check out ImageMagick.
    It's a collection of utilities that can be used from the command line.

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    Photoshop should do it if you batch process. You'd have to create an action and select it when you choose the "automate" commmand

    Otherwise, Thumbs Plus is a great program as Woz mentioned.

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    I've used WebThumbnailer in the past...worked great!

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    Fireworks will do it.

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    Use Ulead's PhotoImpact 8.0 it can be set-up to do bulk resizing. Resizing down is not a problem. Remember to sharpen the image after changing the size though.

    If you are going to resize up, I think you will need to get Lizardtech's Genuine Fractals program. Because if you resize up a lot then you get pixelation problems. This corrects it. If you resize up a little then the PhotoImpact can do it. Remember resharpen the image too.

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    Is there any way to take a link to an image, like one in my datafeeds, and determine the image's size so I can display it with the proper dimensions via HTML, and not have to save it and resize it and relink to it?

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    There's bound to be a PERL moduel that does that, or resizes images on the fly to fit whatever size you want.

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