Version: 3.8.1 || Release Date: 2009-07-14 || License: Shareware ($14.99) Developer: CodingMammoth | App Owner: jello

Quickscale is designed to let you scale a large of of pictures to a desired size and format. Now, why would you want to do that? For example, if you wish to share your holiday photo's with family and friends, you can either send them by e-mail or put them somewhere on a website. The problem is that these pictures are usually far to large, have immense resolutions, and take far to long to send.
Meet Quickscale: select the images, choose a desired resolution, and Quickscale scales them down for you.

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4 Opinions

I love this app, It's very easy to use ideal for manipulating large number of images, However, there is a minor bug in the current version (3.8.2) when running on Snow Leopard "The Quality slider between 0% and 1%"

@ bitnix: Since QuickScale 3.6.7, there is support for EXIF.
Please see the preferences window

Does it keep EXIF data after batch saving?

There are LOTS of free apps that do this. My app of choice is ThumbsUp:
as it's just a drop-and-convert, extremely simple. It does several formats too, even including Jpeg2000. There may be better apps, but it works well enough for me.