|Name:||Light Image Resizer 4|
|File size:||13 MB|
|Date added:||May 12, 2013|
|Operating system:||Windows XP/Vista/7/8|
|Downloads last week:||86|
If you can think of something you’d like to do to your photo, it’s probably available in this powerful Light Image Resizer 4. Though the app’s name implies Instagram-esque effects, it does much more than that. Light Image Resizer 4 lets you crop, filter, and retouch images, offering a wealth of editing and customization options. It even lets you take pictures within the Light Image Resizer 4, though it doesn’t have its Light Image Resizer 4 built-in camera. Some of the effects are placed behind a paywall ($1 per filter or $3 for the whole shebang), but most of the great filters are free of charge. And don’t worry about usability — all the features are easy to find, thanks to the Light Image Resizer 4 and accessible menus. What disappointed us a little about this Light Image Resizer 4 is that although it saved images to a special folder in our gallery, it didn’t let us change that location.
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Filmmaker Ken Burns revolutionized historical documentaries by using subtle motion with sound overlays to bring life to old still photographs. Developer Jens Gopfert’s Light Image Resizer 4 uses what he calls the “Ken Burns” effect. This free slideshow maker actually creates Light Image Resizer 4 out of your still images in three steps: select images, set motion paths, and create a video that can be saved in several high-quality formats, including full HD. You can also add music or other audio tracks and add comments in image subtitle fields.
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Working with objects is very easy, with several ways to tweak the style of objects. You Light Image Resizer 4 by tapping the insert button, select a shape, image, video, or chart, make your edits, then place the object exactly where you want. Light Image Resizer 4 offers onscreen guides to help you line up your content for the best possible look. Once your object is placed, you can easily move it around by dragging your finger, resize it by dragging handles at the corners, or rotate the object using two fingers and turning it on the touch screen. You also can change the style of each object to suit your specific needs by tapping on it and selecting the “i” button at the top. We were immediately impressed with the ability to change object styles easily, making it much less of a struggle to match up good-looking content for our presentations.