19 Oct 2017
Create thumbnails and scaled copies of all your images. With Easy Thumbnails, you can find and process images individually, in groups, or in whole folders using a simple file selector and built-in image viewer. Use slider controls to rotate images and adjust contrast, brightness, sharpness, and other attributes. Thumbnails can be created in any existing folder or a new folder, and you can identify them clearly by adding a prefix or suffix to their names. Easy Thumbnails is versatile, giving you eleven resampling filters for the best possible results. The program supports right-click commands and command-line switches for generating thumbnails seamlessly from other programs or within Windows Explorer.
Thumbnails can be created in any existing folder or a new folder, and you can identify them clearly by adding a prefix or suffix to their filename. If you're an image-processing enthusiast, you'll enjoy having a choice of eleven resampling filters for the best possible results. You can convert small batches of images inside Windows Explorer from the File menu or with a right-click of the mouse, display thumbnails in your browser, and even take advantage of command-line switches to generate thumbnails seamlessly from other programs. You can also save your thumbnails to a Web page using a HTML template that you can easily customize to create your own layouts, and there's helpful documentation that includes full instructions and some useful tips.
Easy Thumbnails is a genuine freeware product that will not annoy you with advertising, intrusive spyware components or nag screens.
32 MB of RAM, 2 MB disk space
AMD or Intel® Pentium processor
11 Oct 2007 06:49 PM
11 Oct 2007 06:51 PM
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