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Resize Pictures for Command Line 1.1.355

Resize Pictures for Command Line 1.1.355

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Publisher: Angel Software
License: Shareware
Size: 1.7 MB
Date added: 2012-09-14
Downloads: 2
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Price: $49.95



Resize Pictures for Command Line is a comprehensive and powerful pictures processing utility which allows the batch-processing of large numbers of graphics files for resizing, watermarking, rename, optimizing and conversion at the same time. Its reliability and stability also make it the perfect graphics kernel for integration into your own software applications or for Web-server integration. Do you often find yourself overwhelmed with email images, electronic faxes and document scans? Just use Resize Pictures for Command Line to settle on a single uniform image size and file format, and discover that you can more easily: In fact, by simply writing a command console 'batch file', you could set up a complex operation one time and then call the batch file every time you need to repeat the operation on a new batch of images. Resize Pictures for Command Line can be easily launched from any Visual C++, Visual Basic or Delphi application, or even from any ASP script.




OS: Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, Windows2000, WinXP, Windows2003, MS-DOS
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Resize Pictures Plus 3.5 -  Today's digital cameras shoot large-sized images. This is great for making prints, but it is a bad thing when you're sharing images. You don't want to bog down someone's e-mail, for instance, with oversized files. ... (3/0) download
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