IconScanner helps to review images contained inside files of any type and then extract and convert the found images. In IconScanner you have the habitual explorer-like disk browser (with folders to the left, files and subfolders to the up-right), but under the list of files you see all images contained in those files! «All» means really «all», as IconScanner easily extracts image-like resources (bitmaps, icons, cursors) from any executable file or library, and shows those images alongside with «plain» image files (bmp, png, jpg, ico and so on).
Found/extracted images can be not only viewed, of course; they can be saved in many different formats. IconScanner, as its name tells, has strong relationships with icons, so it gracefully handles saving to any icon format (including the multi-format, when several icon sizes are stored in a single file, and including Windows XP-like transparent icons). But besides icons, any other image format can be saved, so you can use IconScanner as a general purpose image extractor and converter.
When you have reviewed images found and decided, which are to be extracted/converted, ImageScanner will help you by providing image list filtering options (filter by size, or by palette) and full-size image viewing.
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