Resize multiple SVG at once

or Drop them here
Up to 50 files

How to resize SVG step by step:

  • Click "Browse" to select SVG or just drag it to the field
  • Wait until your image is uploaded and resized.
  • Click the link "Download...." or click "Info" for share result. 
  • Download resize files or save them to your cloud storage

Please note, that output files will be automatically deleted from our server in one hour. Download them to your computer or save them to your Google Drive or Dropbox. You can also scan the QR code of the image to instantly save converted file(s) to your mobile device.

Keep your files safe

We make sure your images uploaded to our website are safe and secure. After conversion, the unique URL becomes invalid after one hour, and files are deleted from our server within an hour.

For beginners and professionals

You can specify the full size, or only the height or width. Preserve the aspect ratio or not.

No need to download any software

There are a huge number of tracing applications, we do it without any problems, just select the file, upload it and download the result!

Completely free of charge

We provide this service as is. It is completely free, but you can make a donation of a small amount if we save your time.

Say no registration

We do not need your e-mail address, name, location or any other personal data. We collect only impersonal visitor data.

Easy to use

Simply select images on your computer or drag it to start resize. Yes, it's so easy.

Questions and answers

Q: What can I do with this service?

You can resize your SVG images.

Q: What is SVG?

SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) is a scalable vector graphics language created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and based on XML format, designed to describe 2D vector and mixed vector/raster graphics. Supports both fixed and animated interactive graphics - or, in other terms, declarative and script graphics. This is an open standard, which is a recommendation of the W3C consortium. It has been developed since 1999. In 2001, version 1.0 was released, in 2011 - version 1.1, which is currently valid.

Q: Why do I need SVG at all?

Since the SVG format is open and recommended for use, this format will be the best option when working with the vector. Here are some of its advantages:

  • Small file sizes. And since it is inherently text-based, it allows you to get good compression results;
  • Any vector is well scaled, so your graphics will look good on any screen;
  • A large number of filters are supported and you can use interactive elements. All this leads to a very unique SVG format.
Q: What if I got a huge SVG file size, what do I do next?

First, try different settings.

Usually the huge size is obtained only on photographic images. But if the size doesn't suit you, first of all try to perform optimization. For this we have a great service: SVG optimization.

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