LuJoSoft ImageFormat1 1.0.0

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A small utility that I wrote to change image format. Can convert an unlimited amount of image at the same time. Easy to use and it is very fast for conversion in all format. For the next version it will have a resize option, more format extension

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP
Publisher:
Luc Joly
Price:
Freeware
File size:
295 Kb
Date added:
April 22, 2010
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Description from the Publisher
Introduction: A small utility that I wrote to change image format. Can convert an unlimited amount of image at the same time. Easy to use and it is very fast for conversion in all format. For the next version it will have a resize option, more format extension and should be out by the end of 2009. Of course like always the update will be free. Image format supported at this time: Bmp jpeg gif png wmf tiff emf. Sytem requirement: Window Xp, windows server, Vista and windows 7. Windows installer 3.1. if not install the program will install it. .Net framework 3.5 SP1. if not install the program will install it. Installation: Extract using winrar. Double click setup file. Enjoy!
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