MD5 Hash Prefixer and Image Size Standardiser Projects | Software & Sites 03 SEP 2007

Two more quick and dirty applications that I needed can now be found under the CodeUnit banner.

MD5 Hash Prefixer

MD5 Hash Prefixer takes all the files in a specified folder, creates a MD5 hash for all the file names and then prefixes that hash to each file name. Note that the folder parsing is not recursive in nature.

The files are all backed up before the process is undertaken.

md5 hash prefixer screenshot

Image Size Standardiser

Image Size Standardiser allows you to force all the image files in a specified folder to either a specific width or height (in pixels). The images are all stretched and shrunk to meet the required measure, though this is done while maintaining the image’s original aspect ratio.

The files are all backed up before the process is undertaken.

image size standardiser screenshot

Related link: https://github.com/craiglotter/

About Craig Lotter

Software developer, husband and dad to two little girls. Writer behind An Exploring South African. I don't have time for myself any more.