A full-featured Icon Editor for creating and editing icons of any size and color depth, as well as static or animated cursors, providing all the drawing tools and advanced image manipulation functions, with an extremely efficient arrangement.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: AZ Icon Editor is a full-featured and powerful Icon Editor for creating and editing icons of any size and color depth, as well as Windows static or animated cursors. The program provides all the icon/cursor drawing tools and a variety of advanced image manipulation functions, with an extremely efficient arrangement. Features include Auto Generate Multi-Icon File covering items of 256x256 PNG and items from 8x8 to 128x128 ICO. Acclaimed as one of the best icon editors around for its reliability, versatility and richness of functions, this application has a comprehensive coverage of icon utilities. Its basic features include lining up several icons for edit at any one time, automating creation of different effects, optionally saving to single or multi-icon files, extracting icons from dll or similar resources, converting bmp, gif, jpg, wmf, emf, png and tiff, etc images to icons, adding solid or hollow text at any angle, creating animated cursor files or obtaining icons from them, revealing specific alpha values of individual pixels of Vista and Winows 7 icons, editing them or converting them for use in both Vista/Win7 and non-Vista/Win7 systems, etc.Currently there are corporate and individual registered users in over 30 countries.
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