In WinXP I had a Wallpaper/SlideShow manager (WWPlus32) that allowed me to specify a size for wallpaper/slide show images (width & height). That allowed using a folder with mixed image sizes as the source for the wallpaper/slideshow images. For example, the option would say, "if images are larger than X by Y" resize to specific Width & Height" and "if images are smaller than A by B, resize to specific "Width and Height" That way, all images would be presented on the screen the same size.
I have tried several Wallpaper Managers, and some do have resizing options but none that I have found allow specifying a given Width and Height. (Example: Automatic Wallpaper Manger allows a "Best Fit" with "don't increase image more than x percentage. But it does not allow for "don't decrease image or setting a specific size. It does have a lot of algorithms for resizing but is missing the setting of a specific image size.)
And the Windows 7 Wallpaper manager only allows for "Fit, Fill, Center, etc." as far as I can tell with no option for resizing.
I know I can manually resize all my images with a photo program but the old WinXP program just was so convenient in allowing mixed image sizes in the same folder.
Any thoughts? Thanks.