Question about resizing images in the photo gallery

I have a bunch of pictures that are different sizes and I am trying to modify them so that they are the same size. I tried their resizing, but it evolves down to sizes of origin there (which are different). This is they way I can edit these photos all at once and edit them to all be the same size photos when I copy and paste someone else. Any suggestion would be appreciated.

It is true that resizing is dimension applies to the largest dimension on a file in Portrait or landscape mode,

It is not an easy way around that because of this restriction / you can't dictate or see the two dimensions on this page of resizing.

Design flaws.

However, you can change a portrait to landscape using the culture and the lower part of the Crop button has rotation framework that will pass a part in landscape format, including the resizing function will resize itself with files using the correct size now.

You might even be able to test with the Proportion for best results?

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