I batch-process-resized some photos in PSP X2, & realized too late (after I had emailed 90 photos off to various relatives) that everyone appeared a little taller & thinner than they normally are. Not so bad right? Except that headshots look a little weird. The photos were taken with different cameras with slightly different aspect ratios.
So here’s an easy way to batch process/resize photos with a PSP X2 script, each to their correct aspect ratio (fixed width, variable height):
- Open any one image.
- File, Script, Start recording … resize the image.
- File, Script, Save recording … save it under your scripts folder, which is generally Documents/My PSP Files/Scripts-Restricted/
- File, Script, Edit.. browse to your scripts folder & select the resize script that you just saved.
- click the Text Editor button
- delete or comment out (# in front of the line) the ‘Height’ AND ‘AspectRatio’ lines. Setting them both to None works too. Make sure ‘MaintainAspectRatio’ is set to True.
- Save & enjoy not looking warped.
Glad to have found these instructions. I did save my script in the trusted folder rather than restricted but other than that change, it worked great! Thanks ♥
Thanks for the useful tip!
I found that deleting those lines in the script file didn’t work in my version (X4), but commenting them out, or setting the value to None worked fine.
Exactly the info I was seeking. Much obliged to you.