ThumbsUp does a great job in resizing a directory(folder) of images however when you have a directory tree the resized images get burried inside the directory tree and it’s a lot of work to get them out of there and rename them.
Let’s say I have a folder called Animals with the following folder structure:
If I drag the folder “Animals” over the ThumbsUp application there is no way to get a new “Animals” folder that contains ONLY the resized images.
I’ll either get the resized images with a different prefix/suffix mixed with the originals or I’ll get subfolders inside the original folders that all have the same name ie “resized”.
It’s impossible to extract just the resized images from such a structure.
It should be the other way around:
One new folder named “resized” that contained all the resized images in the same structure and nothing else. ie
That way if you want to zip, upload, ftp the resized images you can do it easily because they are in a completely different directory from the originals.
Another option would be to allow resizing with overwriting the originals.
It would be up to the user to duplicate the originals as a backup.