Bulk Image Downloader
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows 8/7/Vista/XP/2000/98/Me|
|File size:||5 MB|
Publisher description for Bulk Image Downloader
Bulk Image Downloader automatically downloads and saves images and videos from thumbnailed web galleries, bypassing all annoying popups and adverts. It can also Extract image information from regular text files (such as saved html pages or plain text files containing links) and web pages where image links are listed as plain text. Here are some key features of "Bulk Image Downloader": Downloads entire image galleries automatically (no more endless right clicking to "save image as...") Integrates with IE, Firefox and Opera. Just right click on a gallery page or gallery link and select "Download with Bulk Image Downloader" Download from video sites like Google Video, DailyMotion, MetaCafe, MegaVideo Downloads thumbnailed video files (.mpg, .avi. .mov, etc) No complicated configuration or project files needed - it just works Works on sites that the other image downloaders don't Automatically locates and downloads images that have had their true locations hidden by redirection "services" such as usercash, linkbucks, etc. Saves time - galleries are downloaded as fast as your connection will allow Saves bandwidth - adverts and popups are not downloaded, just the images Validates and automatically retries partial or corrupt images, resuming downloads where possible Automatically detects and downloads from most multi page forum threads and galleries Downloads vbulletin forum attached images Multiple gallery download jobs can be queued and downloaded at a later time via the integrated Queue Manager. What's new in 126.96.36.199? tumblr archive processing now loads multiple pages without the need to scroll the page manually. twitter media grid support updated imgsrc.ru support updated bing Image Search support updated. Please scroll the page down to reveal images before launching BID from your browser's right click context menu ('open current page with BID'). If you don't do this BID will only locate images near the top of the page.