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util/wb/i2iGUI-V2.lha

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Short:turn EXIF header into thumbnail icon
Author:birkenfeld at geobiz.de
Uploader:birkenfeld geobiz de
Type:util/wb
Version:2.0
Requires:image2icon (only for OS3.5), wizard.library, zlib.library, jpeg.library (see www.geobiz.de/ibatch for downloadlinks)
Architecture:m68k-amigaos; ppc-amigaos >= 4.0.0
Date:2012-05-29
Download:http://aminet.net/util/wb/i2iGUI-V2.lha - View contents
Readme:http://aminet.net/util/wb/i2iGUI-V2.readme
Downloads:490
SCREENSHOTS: http://www.geobiz.de/ibatch.html

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i2iGUI / image2icon plugin capsule (for iBatch 1.x)
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i2iGUI enables you to create Icons showing thumbnails of images in a given
directory. Resulting thumbnails can be rendered Amiga OS 3.5 Icons or OS 4.x
compatible DualPNG Icons (full color). If needed, thumbnail Icons will be
cropped or resized in order to have all the same demension. This results in a
perfect alignment on your Workbench. i2iGUI can be used as standalone or in
conjunction with iBatch (therefore as plugin). When used as Plugin for iBatch,
it will be called "image2icon plugin capsule", as it is not just a "plugin".
"Capsules" always utilize third party software. In this case you need Image2Icon
CLI Tool (at least for OS3.5 Icons).

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Features
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- create preview thumbnail icons of a given directory
- crop/resize Icons for better alignment (same width and height)
- true color Dual PNG (OS4) and rendered OS 3.5 Icons
- add a black border around Icon
- or add glow effect
- print image resolution onto thumbnail icon
- determine program to be used when opening image (default tool)
- print EXIF Information into Icon's tooltype field

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Installation
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Standalone without iBatch
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1. Copy i2iGUI drawer anywhere onto your harddisk.
2. check/install wizard.library, zlib.library and jpeg.library to LIBS:
(Downloadlinks available via www.geobiz.de/ibatch)
3. for Amiga OS 3.5 style Icons make sure you have either a) image2icon shell
command in C:   (get it from Aminet: http://aminet.net/util/wb/image2icon.lha)
b) or change image2icon-capsule tooltype in order to point to image2icon
executable

As iBatch capsule/plugin
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1. Start iBatch
2. Execute install script
3. check/install wizard.library, zlib.library and jpeg.library to LIBS:
(Downloadlinks available via www.geobiz.de/ibatch)
4. for Amiga OS 3.5 style Icons make sure you have either a) image2icon shell
command in C:   (get it from Aminet: http://aminet.net/util/wb/image2icon.lha)
b) or change image2icon-capsule tooltype in order to point to image2icon
executable

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Different ways of starting i2iGUI/image2icon-capsule
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Typically image2icon-capsule will be started through "iBatch" or
"workflow-plugin". This enables you to generate thumbnail Icons after images had
been processed with iBatch.

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via Workbench
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Doubleclick on  "image2icon-capsule" and choose the directory where icons should
be added.

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via iBatch
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image2icon-capsule is a so called "Afterprocess Plugin" and will only be
executed if stated in your "conversion profile":

1) Goto Tab "3) conversion profile" and press "new" in order to define a new
conversion profile 2) in "after processing..." section choose
"IMB:Plugins/image2icon-capsule" as plugin 3) save your profile and exit 4)
press "START" and wait for image2icon-capsule GUI to appear

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via Shell with optional arguments
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> image2icon-capsule outdir

outdir:
the directory where icons should be added.

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FUTURE / SUPPORT
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Support is free: ibatch at web.de
Suggestions and translation always wellcome




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