How to resize multiple individual videos at once? same size

Jul 5, 2018 6:28AM PDT

I have up-to 200 videos of different frame size (height and width) and I want all of them with same height and width. But definitely, it would be time taking if I resize all of them one by one. I tried adobe premier but it creates sequence instead of individual videos. Moreover exporting individual edited videos is also tiresome. Is there any free software or any other way that could do this easily? Thanks in advance

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I think this would be a batch file.
Jul 5, 2018 11:46AM PDT
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Handbrake Might Do It
Jul 5, 2018 6:06PM PDT

Handbrake is well-know free video editing software. It has the ability to resize a batch of videos. I found a tutorial and a link to download the software. It should be easy to select a few different size videos and see if Handbrake does what you want. If it works then go ahead and load up all the videos you want to resize and let the software go to work on them. Be sure you have created a new separate folder for the resized files and that you have enough space on the hard drive to accomodate them all.
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