I already asked something similar in the past but, probably, I did not explain myself very well (English is not my first language).

In the Resize Image dialog box (in Italian: "Dimensione Immagine") it would be great to be able to resize the image proportionally to a certain number of pixels in one shot.

For example: Panoramio requires images to be at most 50 Mpixel. As it is now, if my picture is larger than 50 MP, then I have to:

1) insert a smaller width and see what the height becomes

2) multiply the new width x height

3) if still larger than 50 MPixel, go back to point 1....

I also found the formula:

P = SQRT(Old size / New size)

New width = P x Old Width... The new height follows by itself.

Hence I was asking if there was a way to resize a picture proportionally to a total width x height value directly, either by writing it in a box or by using a slider.

Thanks and best regards, Giorgio Galeotti

In the Resize Image dialog box (in Italian: "Dimensione Immagine") it would be great to be able to resize the image proportionally to a certain number of pixels in one shot.

For example: Panoramio requires images to be at most 50 Mpixel. As it is now, if my picture is larger than 50 MP, then I have to:

1) insert a smaller width and see what the height becomes

2) multiply the new width x height

3) if still larger than 50 MPixel, go back to point 1....

I also found the formula:

P = SQRT(Old size / New size)

New width = P x Old Width... The new height follows by itself.

Hence I was asking if there was a way to resize a picture proportionally to a total width x height value directly, either by writing it in a box or by using a slider.

Thanks and best regards, Giorgio Galeotti

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