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You can resize upon export in iPhoto. That aside, I think you're right to look for something else, as iPhoto isn't a great bit of software.
You can also resize in Preview - it's a surprisingly competent bit of software in fact, considering it's free.
If you choose to get into photo editing a little deeper, then I'd recommend looking at Pixelmator. It's not free but good value for the money. http://www.pixelmator.com/mac/

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Ah, I had no idea those were options. I feel that Apple doesn't make these tricks obvious. I'll give that a go first and then see if I need an upgrade. Thank you for the advice.


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Hey. What is it you're wanting to do? If it's just resizing images then you can use preview or Automator to do that. :-)


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Cheers everyone, I finally figured it out with preview. ;) I needed a way to resize pics from my canon dslr.


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VLC(http://vlc-media-player.en.softonic.com/) , Movist (https://itunes.apple.com/hk/app/movist/ ... l=zh&mt=12 )and Macgo Free Mac Media Player(http://www.macblurayplayer.com/mac-media-player.htm) are all free for playing HD Movies. :)


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