Software to easily convert bad into good photos, by helping one into selecting just their good portions. Specifically, this software helps the user into resizing the images in such a way that only their good portions appear on the final images.
Version: 1.44Software to easily convert bad into good photos, by helping one into selecting just their good portions.
Operating System: Windows
For this to happen, first, the user selects the dimensions of the image to output and, after that, selects oversize-and-crop, so that the program can dimension the output window.
After these steps, the user decides what part of the image is to be output and centers it accordingly; before centering it, however, the user has the chance of enlarging the image.
In addition to the possibility of centering the good portions of the image, the user can also enhance it by applying some filters to it, as, for instance, the one to change its contrast or the one to change its brightness.
Opens images of type bmp, jpeg, png, and tiff, whether or not they are embedded in a data uri (a.k.a. data uri scheme or datauri scheme).
The standard (a.k.a. Lite) version of the program saves images as either 24bpp or 32bpp; the professional (a.k.a.
Pro) version of the program counts the colors of the image in order to choose what is the format that can be used (1bpp, 4bpp, 8bpp, 24bpp, or 32bpp) to generate the smallest file size without loss of quality.
Last but not least, the program has been created to be portable, thus, it does not require any installation at all and, as so, can be executed from a pen-drive.
Version 1.44: -the interface has been updated
Version 1.27: - there are new filters to test/use.
Version 1.19: - now the interface is easier to use
Version 1.17: - now the program is more efficient
Version 1.13: - re-coded some algorithms to improve performance
Version 1.12: - improved the interface
Version 1.11: - the code to display images has been re-written in order that the changing of images becomes flicker free.
Version 1.08: - now the user has the chance of choosing how to deal with name clashes on the target folder: fail, overwrite, or keep both files.