Who, for one reason or another, often finds itself having to resize and convert photos and images and just as often have to act on multiple items simultaneously by setting different formats and sizes then, today, will surely be more than happy to do knowledge of a resource such as VarieDrop.
This little program, totally free and used without any problems on all Windows operating systems (both 32-bit and 64-bit), once in use, allows each user to choose up to four different models of ouput by which to resize and convert images that can be deployed rapidly and simply by drag and drop.
VarieDrop, in particular, will see a window similar to the one shown in the screenshot to the top post and will be defined by which the four different output templates.
Each area, therefore, can be configured in such a way as to act on the images by clipping and converting them in a different way.
For each box can in fact be called the ouput format of choosing between BMP, PNG, JPEG, GIF and TIFF, the maximum size of files and folder storage.
In the specific case of JPEG images can also be set the compression quality and the ratio of the sampling.
Now, therefore, simply drag a given image area corresponding to the final result that is desired and you're done!
In case you wish to use VarieDrop in an even more rapid than described above will also enable the appropriate voice through which to serve the application directly from Windows context menu.