WinGraphics thumbnail feature resizes your images so they are no larger than what you specify, optionally create a frame around your thumbnails or drop a shadow.
The Thumbnail feature allows you to;
- Set the output format
- Set the output directory
- Set the batch naming
- Set a frame around them
- Set the maximum width
- Set the maximum height
- Set a background texture
- Set a background color
- Drop a shadow
- Set the frame width
- Set the frame height
- Set the bevel width
- Set the bevel height
- Set a border color
- Set a frame color
You are able to format your filenames using the Batch Naming feature.
WinGraphic will popup a dialog telling you that an image with the same filename already exists. You are able to select Yes to overwrite this image, No to save it as a different filename or Cancel to stop the conversion completely.
When WinGraphic finds an image with the same name, WinGraphic will overwrite the image without prompting.
When WinGraphic finds an image with the same filename, WinGraphic will append a number.
Use this to manually set the filename. X determines how many leading zeros are placed on the images filename. For example you could have the filename myimage%02d.jpg, this would place one zero where the %02d is. You would end up with filenames like myimage01.jpg, myimage02.jpgâ€¦, myimage09.jpg, myimage10.jpg etc.
Manual (Save As)
Pop up a Save As dialog for each image. This is the default when using WinGraphic as an editor.
Example of a thumbnail
The border color has been set to a light blue, the frame color has been set to orange, and the background has been set to white since this is the same color of the webpage. A shadow has been dropped. The maximum width and height of the thumbnail has been set to 100 pixels.