With Image Cut you can split image into parts. Every part can be saved in JPEG, GIF, PNG or BMP formats. Image Cut allows you to split image in different ways and layouts. Additional HTML file is created to merge all parts into single image again.
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Image Cut (Image Splitter) 1.5 Do accurate html template, site make-up and split image in the fastest possible way; protect valuable pictures from grabbing, forcing restless users return to original site over and over again; optimize web content for flash loads; perform SEO
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Description: With Image Cut you can split image into parts. Every part can be saved in JPEG, GIF, PNG or BMP formats. Image Cut allows you to split image in different ways and layouts. Additional HTML file is created to merge all parts into single image again.
Must-have tool for professional webmasters who require quick way to create high-quality html pages. Image Cut is used to split image templates designed in PhotoShop or other graphic editors, in natural way, by placing splitter lines.
Image Cut will make your images load faster applying most compact image format for each single part. If a particular segment has no significant data it can be marked as "blank" so no image file is stored. And that's ideal image compression!
Image Cut can also improve site rating on search engines by letting you enter specific alt tags for each part and set individual file names.
Split and Tile Image Splitter 2.11c Split your images into smaller segments, including percentage splitting or pixel splitting. Split any images or pictures into smaller segments without losing any quality. You can
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