sizimg - resize an image with anti-aliasing
Version: 1.30Images can be resized with the use of the command-line tool sizimg. Tests have shown that the quality resulting from sizimg surpasses that of any other commercially available software.
License: Free To Try $5.00
Operating System: Mac OS X
sizimg is a UNIX-style command-line tool to be used on the Macintosh using the Terminal application, or in the Command Prompt window on Windows. As a command-line tool, it has no user interface, but it can be very powerful when incorporated into scripts. In particular, it can be used in shell scripts to batch process images.
The arguments and flags are described subsequently. Windows users may use a slash ("/") as well as a dash ("-") to indicate a flag. Note that the order of the flags does not matter, with the exception that flags with arguments must have their arguments immediately following.
QuickTime is used to read the input image and to write the output image. It can read and write a wide variety of formats.