The current File Viking beta doesn't include an Action to resize pictures yet. However, if you configure the Run action, it is easy to write a script to call, for example, ImageMagick to resize pictures you drop on a File Viking basket.
The script can use environment variables so it knows which files were dropped on the basket. The variable %FV_FILE% contains the full path to the file dropped on a basket, %FV_FILE_B% contains the "title" of the file without its extension. Below is the example script.
rem Where did you install ImageMagick (www.imagemagick.org) SET IMA=C:\Program Files\ImageMagick-6.5.8-Q16 rem Where should resized pictures be stored SET OUTDIR=F:\Testing\Target rem call convert, make pictures half their original size. As % is a special character in rem batch scripts, we need to "double" them. "%IMA%\Convert.exe" "%FV_FILE%" -resize 50%% "%OUTDIR%\%FV_FILE_B%_50percent.png" rem call convert again, making pictures fit into a 200x200 rectangle while keeping the rem correct aspect ratio. "%IMA%\Convert.exe" "%FV_FILE%" -resize 200x200 "%OUTDIR%\%FV_FILE_B%_200x200.png"
And below you see 2 pictures showing how to configure the basket. First we add a Filter action (new in yesterday's beta) so only pictures are allowed for the piped Run action.
The Run action is configured to run a script called F:\testing\fv_resize.bat, this is the script shown above.
This is just a small example how you can create your own actions for File Viking. If you can imagine it, you can do it.