When you select one of the folders on your hard-drive, this tool will list all the image/photo files in that folder along with information about each file:
- the aspect ratio (example 4:3);
- the print size(s), if the image fits one of the standard sizes (examples 4×6, 8×10);
- resolution (example 300 ppi); and
- a recommendation as to whether the image has enough resolution to be printed/developed at that size.
When you have downloaded this .jar file, just double-click it to use it: JpgPrintSize.jar
Will work for Jpeg (.JPG) files, but not TIFF, PNG, GIF, or camera RAW, ARW, DNG files. I might add support for those some day. I might also add check-boxes for recursive search and file renaming based on print size.
You are free to use this software, upon these conditions:
- You may not distribute this program — send people to this website instead, so they can find the latest version;
- You may not modify this software in any way; and
- You may not sell the information generated by the software.
|0.1 (current)||compiled w/Java v6; tested on Mac OSX 10.5 & Linux Ubuntu 10.04 & Microsoft Windows 7|
Online Photo Crop Calculator
If you need to trim or expand an image to fit a certain aspect ratio (4×6, 5×7, etc), try my online photo crop calculator.