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Seems like a waste of time to me. My authoring tools deal with
resizing bitmaps as needed for the various output formats and keeping
them at full resolution in the source gives higher-quality results for
both PDF and HTML.
Screen shots are not the same size after being cropped.
On Wed, Apr 29, 2015 at 11:11 AM, Margaret Cekis
<margaret -dot- cekis -at- comcast -dot- net> wrote:
> I've been using SnagIt for that. It primarily does it by percentage, but it will downsize a whole directory of screenshots in one operation. It will also convert a whole file of images to another format at once. If you make repeated screenshots for the same application on a widescreen, for example, they'll all be approximately the same size, so reducing the whole set to a given percentage of the original size, such as 70% or 50% makes sense.
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