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Some screenshots of GConvert taken under
XP and ME (note that GConvert supports skins so you can of course select a different interface style when you use the program).
Main Interface (1)
This is the main window of GConvert (using the default skin) on
Windows Vista: the Shell32.dll file was opened. On the
left you can see the list of icons found in the library: this is the Main
Viewer. It generally displays all 32x32 icons. To access to the images of a
single icon, click on the latter in the Main Viewer and these images are displayed in the Image Viewer (on
the right). Just
click Copy or Save to export your icons as bitmap, PNG, PSD, etc...
Main Interface (2)
Same main interface except that we opened a Macintosh™
icon ICNS file (128x128 icon image shown here). We also have a preview of
the icon image once converted, as it would appear if we copied it to the Windows
clipboard for instance.
Convert picture to icon (reduced screenshot)
When you are
converting a picture to an icon,
just select the part of the picture
to import, and configure the
different settings to optimize the
result. Then your icon is ready to
be saved, converted or edited. The
"New Icon Image Preview" show you a
real preview of your future icon.
Batch convert several icons (reduced screenshot)
Want to put
your icon collections on the Web?
Just select several icons in
GConvert and you can convert all of
them in some clicks... You can even
set different options and image
Create cursor from icon
Do you want to make your own Windows cursors? With GConvert, create mouse pointers from existing icons in a snap; you can then use these cursors on your own web pages!
Just move the cursor onto this screenshot for a real preview (only Internet Explorer here).
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