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Meet my new project: Image Converter

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Meet my new project: Image Converter

Postby dec » Tue Aug 07, 2012 12:03 pm

Hi NeoBookers!

Need convert images? Congratulations! Image Converter is a small Window© program which allow you to convert images in a very easy way, just by drag and drop image files to the program main window. Image Converter recognize up to 20 differents input formats and can convert from these to 16 different output formats!

More information and download here: http://www.imgconverter.com/

Or download from here: http://imgconverter.com/?download/imgconverter.exe

Main program features

* Extremely easy to use, just drag and drop
* Personalizable with options and themes
* Very fast even when convert lots of images
* Friendly Installer Assistant to install the program
* Up to 20 input formtas and 16 output formats!
* Multilanguage Installer and program user interfaz

Supported input formats

* BMP (Windows Bitmap Image)
* JPG (Joint Photographic Experts Group Image)
* PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
* MNG (Multiple Network Graphics)
* JNG (JPEG Network Graphics)
* GIF (Graphics Interchange Format)
* DDS (DirectDraw Surface)
* TGA (Truevision Targa Image)
* JP2 (JPEG 2000 Image)
* PSD (Photoshop Image)
* PCX (ZSoft Paintbrush Image)
* BSI (Bethesda Image)
* CIF (Daggerfall MultiImage)
* IMG (Daggerfall Image)
* DAGTEXTURE (Daggerfall Texture)
* PBM (Portable Bit Map)
* PGM (Portable Gray Map)
* PPM (Portable Pixel Map)
* PAM (Portable Arbitrary Map)
* PFM (Portable Float Map)

Supported output formats

* BMP (Windows Bitmap Image)
* JPG (Joint Photographic Experts Group Image)
* PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
* MNG (Multiple Network Graphics)
* JNG (JPEG Network Graphics)
* GIF (Graphics Interchange Format)
* DDS (DirectDraw Surface)
* TGA (Truevision Targa Image)
* JP2 (JPEG 2000 Image)
* PSD (Photoshop Image)
* CIF (Daggerfall MultiImage)
* IMG (Daggerfall Image)
* PGM (Portable Gray Map)
* PPM (Portable Pixel Map)
* PAM (Portable Arbitrary Map)
* PFM (Portable Float Map)

Maybe Image Converter can be useful for you when need to convert some image to one format to other!

Thank you very much!
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Re: Meet my new project: Image Converter

Postby PaulTomo » Sat Oct 05, 2013 1:30 am

Hello David,

I'm jumping in on this some time after you have left your post.

Just wondered how you achieved the drag and drop of files aspect in your publication?

First was this all written with Neobook?

Second Is the drag and drop done via a Neobook Plugin or have you used some VB script?

Many Thanks

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Re: Meet my new project: Image Converter

Postby dec » Sat Oct 05, 2013 3:30 am

Helo Paul,

In fact this project is made with Delphi, but, also can be achieved by NeoBook. Just using my npDrop plugin you can control all files dropped to your publication into one or more target objects, even in the entire publication window. And finally you can use my npImgs plugin in order to convert the images between some format(s) to another(s). Exactly the same formats supported by Img Converter are supported in npImgs.

Remember all my plugins include various examples which you can found in your My Documents folder once you install it. So feel free to download the plugins and install it, then take a look at your My Documents folder or just use the folder shortcut that the plugins installer put into your Windows Start Menu. Locate the samples and try it in order to view how these plugins work and if can be useful to you and to your publications.

Hope this can help you in some manner. ;)
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