|Op. System:||Windows XP|
|File size:||12 KB|
Publisher description for Eric ImageConverter
ImageConverter allows images to be resized and written to a selected image format. Every repeating task is prone to be automated, and a first application was born to resize the pictures according to my wishes. To cope with different source and target paths, as well as different ways of resizing, the application needed a user interface. Working on the application and its (simple, yet effective) user interface, generalizing the use of the application is evident. The next step then is to Share IT with all of you and Hope you find the application or some Code Snippet useful. Just download the zipped executable, unzip it, and open it. After you have opened ImageConverter, you can open the image files that you want to convert by pressing the Open... button. The target path for the converted images is automatically set to the source path, if not set already. By pressing the Browse... button, you can select an alternative path for the converted images. Before you start the conversion process, you can define the image format after conversion, you can define how the images should be named, and you can define the required image size. For naming the target images, you can use the original name, and the corresponding extension for the target image format is added. If a file with the resulting name already exists, it will be overwritten. Another option is to use a prefix defined by you. Each target image file will get a unique name based on this prefix and a sequence number.