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Icon creation has evolved. Use the industry standard to create, extract, convert, manage Windows® and Macintosh® icons like never before. It supports all existing icon formats up to Windows® Vista (256×256 PNG-compressed icons) and OS-X with alpha channel. IconWorkshop is the first icon editor to support creation of the future 256×256 icons for Tiger (to be implemented soon by Apple). You can also easily convert icons from one system to another and transfer them using MacBinary files. Use drag & drop to easily create attractive icons from various ready-to-use image objects in seconds. A pack of 150 image objects is included in the product. Many others available for download. A powerful editor permits to create icons using many tools including numerous filters and effects. Once an image is created, add several images formats in one click (automated hi-quality image creation in different sizes and color depths). Create icons from images with alpha transparency (PNG, PSD, JPEG 2000, BMP, GIF…). Create PNG, JPEG 2000 and Web-optimized GIF images from icons. If you work with Photoshop®, you can import PSD images with layers or use our plug-in to transfer images in memory and make your icon in a few clicks. Numerous batch procedures have been implemented in IconWorkshop to automatically perform operations on a large number of files. For example, you can create icons from a set of PNG files (ICO files are created). You can also automatically convert several icons between Macintosh® and Windows® OS in seconds. Use a powerful librarian to easily manage all your icon and library (ICL) files. A file explorer permits to browse disks and work with files (images, icons, programs…). This advanced explorer displays files in thumbnail preview mode. Developped in C++ using MFC, IconWorkshop features a fully integrated workspace. An exhaustive help system has been implemented including getting started lessons, how-to procedures and the reference manual.
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