Along with being the fastest editor, image resizer works best when you want to decrease the pixels of the image without damaging its quality.
Have you heard your colleagues talking during a lunch break about image resizers but you did not participate in this conversation because you don't know what it is and what is its purpose? Well, it is time to get all the information about this tool so that the next time when you hear them talking you will be able to pass a comment. So, today in this article I will mention what an image resizer is, why it is used and what are its advantages.
Image resizer is necessary for everyone no matter why one is using it, either for professional tasks, for personal blogs, uploading images in emails, or uploading the picture on social media, this tool works wonders. Furthermore, one thing is clear, image resizers will change your way of working forever and will also support your website to upload faster than before. Tag along to know more about this incredible tool that has changed the whole editing world.
What is an Image Resizer?
The image resizer is the tool that is going to aid you in reducing the size of your image without damaging its quality. This tool is quite simple to use and one can use it free of cost for a certain time period. You can also change the file type using this tool along with changing its width length and pixels, only if you need.
Importance of Image Resizers
This tool is used by people who want to upload their images on websites, in their blogs, or social media accounts. The sites with large and heavy images do not load faster and take a lot of time while the sites with downsized images load faster. Thus, these sites (later ones) get the chance of better ranking on the search engine and every visitor is directed to these sites within seconds.
Basically, this tool maintains the quality of the image but reduces its file size helping the site, blog, and account to load faster. There are a variety of tools on the internet and each one of them is better than the other. So I won't quote here which tool is the best one and you can choose out of them according to your preferences.
General Steps For Using Image Resizer
Click on upload the image.
Now a folder of images will open up. Select the image you want to edit.
After uploading the photo you will be given some options like new size dimensions, new size percentage, and new file type i.e jpg or jpeg, gif or PNG. Select each option according to your preferences.
After selecting all the options you have to click on Resize image.
your resized image will appear in seconds. There will be an option for download on the screen and by clicking it your edited picture will be downloaded in a separate file.
If after clicking resize, you don't find the edited picture according to your expectations then you can click on “ create a new version of this image”, and by doing so you can edit the picture again.
There are several softwares that you purchase at an expensive cost but they damage the quality of the images that you edit. One of the positive parts of this tool is it does not damage the quality of the picture at all. It discards all the unnecessary and unrequired pixels from the image while downsizing it and thus the quality of the picture remains first-class.
- The website on which resized image is uploaded will be preferred by the google search engine
- Image resizer automatically makes a separate folder for its images
- It does not compromise the quality of the images
- By using this tool your website will load faster
- You can also change the file type
- It is simple to understand
- It is cost-efficient
Why do people resize the file to jpeg?
Most people resize their files to jpeg because this reduces the pixels of the image. The jpeg is the smallest file type, taking less space in your folder and computer. Also, most of the images uploaded on the websites and sent through emails are in the form of jpegs.
What are the different types and most commonly used files?
- JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group)
- PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
- GIF (Graphics Interchange Format)
- PDF (Portable Document Format)
- SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics)
- MP4 (Moving Picture Experts Group)
These names are mentioned in ascending order. The first file is the smallest one and the last one is the largest one.
What happens to a picture when it is resized?
We all know that when an image is resized, its original size is deducted. But in this deduction, the unnecessary pixels of this picture are eliminated and thus the quality of the image is not disturbed.
I hope you totally understood the purpose of this tool. One doesn't have to be an expert to use this tool nor does one have to spend much of his time in understanding how this tool functions. Also, these types of tools are readily available free of cost on the internet. So, neither you have to spend hundreds on editing softwares nor you have to pay someone professional for editing your pictures.