WinGraphic is an image and animation editing utility that is capable of manipulating your images in many new ways. WinGraphic is not designed to replace your existing image editors but to complement them. By using WinGraphic's image list, you can save a lot of time by not having to load and save images individually. WinGraphic's designed to be easy to use by using a wizard, but it also has enough features for the professional PC user.
WinGraphic is able to load 86 (not including sub formats) image and animation formats, save 63 image formats and save 22 animation/multi-page formats. Image Format List.
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WinGraphic's Image List dramatically increases the speed in which you edit your images. Once you have modified your images you can save them individually or all at once using the batch save feature.
The Image editor is able to quickly acquire from a scanner or digital camera, crop, chop, composite, add text, resize with a choice of 15 algorithms, flood fill with color and flood fill with a texture or image. In addition to these you can also apply 44 effects and transformations.
The Animation Editor will load and save both multi-page images like TIFF, PDF etc and animations like GIF, MNG and MPEG (Free Delegate download required for reading PDF and MPEG).
The Animation Editor works like the Image Editor allowing you to edit each frame of the animation or multi-page image, when finished editing you can save it back into the same format as what was loaded or a different one. For example you could scan your documents and save them as multi-page TIFFs or PDFs so you have a digital copy of your paper work, or turn your single image into an animation by using WinGraphics 44 effects and transformations.
WinGraphic has a built in batch image converter. With WinGraphic being able to load 86 image formats it makes it ideal for converting your lesser known images to more common ones.When using the Image Operations/Effects box you are able to add, remove and arrange effects and transformations that are applied to each image while converting.
The Batch Animations works like the Image Conversion feature but allows for multi-page images to be converted rather than just single frame images. For example you could convert your GIF animation to the newer MNG format. You could also convert your multi-page TIFF images to PDF files.
The feature simply spits your multi-page images into single images. You are able to set the start and stop frames for the conversion. Use the Image Operations/Effects box to add effects to the images as they are saved.
Create a composite from all of your individual images. With Montage you are able to -
Append your images into one row or column. Apply effects and transformations to each image before it is added to the master image.
Create thumbnails from all of your individual images. With the Thumbnail feature you are able to -
If you would like to take a look at some of the tutorials, click here.
Thanks to Robert Longfield for the WinGraphic 2.0 graphics and icons.