Converts images to data-uri (base64, image2html) and embedds them in html, to make both html pages and html newsletters more efficient to download and to avoid sending newsletters that look unprofessional when the associated images are not downloaded
Version: 1.68Converts images to data-uri (base64 image, image2html) and embedds them into html, to help you into creating both html pages and html newsletters that are more efficient to download and that do not look unprofessional when, for privacy reasons, the associated images are not downloaded by the user.
Operating System: Windows
In addition, it helps one into reducing the number of colors of an image in a professional way, so that the user does not notice this reduction (quantization) but the file gets smaller (usually, for a normal photo, reducing its color scale to 512 colors is unnoticed by the user but the file size gets really smaller).
The program has lots of other filters, like resizement ones, extraction ones, mirroring ones, rotation ones, contrast correction ones, gamma correction ones, watermarking ones, blending ones, color-scale transformation ones, etc.
The program has been compiled in such a way that it adapts to the in-use cpu. Thus, it can be run on any x86 cpu as old as the Pentium one.
There are several versions of the program available, so that you will find one that meets your needs and targets your OS, which can be any Windows OS from Windows NT4 till Windows 10.
The program is portable - thus, it is not installed on the pc (this means that it does not meddle with its configurations) and can be run from any folder where you have executing privileges - thus, it (usually) can be even run from a pen drive (if you have executing privileges on it).
Version 1.68: - the compatibility with other OSes has been further enhanced; - the program already runs under mono for windows and know with a small number of hicups - in a few weeks it will run in both linux and macOS;
Version 1.67: - the compatibility with other OSes has been enhanced; - the program already runs under mono for windows (with some hicups);
Version 1.65: - the interface has been improved