Any To Icon Pro uses advanced resampling filters, what allows you to create icons from very small or very large images and still getting very good results. No pixeling or artifact creation during resizing of images.
Nov 13, 2013 17:22:01
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Any to Icon Pro converts all commonly used image formats to Windows Icons.
Any To Icon Pro uses advanced resampling filters, allowing you to create icons from really small or very large images and still get excellent results, without pixeling or artifact creation during resizing of images.
With our user friendly interface, the application is extremely easy to handle. You can add whole folders containing your images to the processing list or just pick as many files as you wish. You can drag and drop images from your folders or even from the Internet Explorer into the Any To Icon Pro Image List.
Any To Icon Pro converts as many images as you wish at once, just prepare your file list and hit the start button.
You have full control over the properties of the created icons. You can define the Color Depth, Transparency and Size to create customized icons. You can create multi-resolution icons for Windows XP or single-resolution icons for older Windows systems.
With our Update Technology you will always stay up-to-date with our latest available version of Any To Icon Pro. Without any additional charges!
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