Copy protect images on your web site and CD using image encryption and domain lock. Secure Image Pro is recommended image protection for photographers and advertising professionals. Pro will encrypt more than 3,000 images on a single click.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Copy protect images on your web site and CD using image encryption and domain lock. Secure Image uses image encryption with Domain Lock to prevent direct saving, right mouse saving, direct downloading and bandwidth theft. Options include targeted hyperlink on the image, status bar and image settings for downloading messages and border frames.
Instead of placing a normal image onto the html page the image is first encrypted for insertion into a viewer. It is the applet viewer that sits on the page replacing the image. The encrypted image is unusable unless displayed from its viewer. It is only the encrypted images that are uploaded to the server, so the master images are safe from everyone. Pro will encrypt 1,000's of images on a single click.
Images to encrypt can be imported one at a time or in batches. To select a batch of images to import, select the "folder" that they are in and Pro will import all the JPG, PNG, TIF and GIF files that are in good condition.
When you have finished configuring the look of your images, they can all be converted with one click of the button. Highlight all the images to convert (or Select All) and you will have the option of saving each image to its own page, or saving all the images to the one page with their titles underneath for easy identification.
Run from the Windows GUI or run from command line.
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