EZ Thumbnail Builder is the finest way to show your photos and other pictures.
The common way to «show» pictures is to pick them one-by-one (if you want to show them on the local computer) or pack them all into a huge archive and send to someone over e-mail (for your Internet friends). Unlike those «native» actions, EZ Thumbnail Builder does the Right Thing: it creates an HTML gallery of your pictures, so you can enjoy it locally or easily upload it to your website.
The process of making the gallery is equally friendly to novices and advanced users. In the easiest format, it looks this way: «pick the photos, then pick the template your like, and then press Build» (count those clicks!). But when you want to get something customized, you can fine-tune the process, change your gallerys appearance in a wide range of ways (up to providing your own unique templates) and completely change the gallerys directory structure.
EZ Thumbnail Builder understands all the common image formats and can convert a bunch of them to JPEG quickly and easily. The gallery the software generates will contain several pages of thumbnails in pretty frames. Clicking on either of them will open another page, with the picture itself, frame and the controls to move to the next and previous picture.
With EZ Thumbnail Builder, you can also quickly informative descriptions for your pictures; moreover, it can do that for you automatically!
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