Have you ever wanted a solution for converting html to image on Linux/Unix? Html2Image for Linux is a command line tool that can convert html to image on Linux or Unix platform.
html2image linux now solves this problem. It is a standalone tool package that can generate raster image from html content. The html page can be on a remote server or local file disk. html2image can convert them into images on the fly.
html2image can convert html to bmp, convert html to png and convert html to jpg. The URL and image file name can be specified on command line paramters, which is useful for batch processing a lot of html files. You can also call the command line program from your favourite programming languages like php or C++ in order to add html to image functionality to your server applications.
You can also control the compression quality of the jpeg image by specifying the quality parameters on command line.
html2image uses the cutting-edge html to image renders which can capture html content into high quality bitmap raster image and then save it into popular web image formats like png, jpg or jpeg. If you want to support more image format, you can use the image conversion tool available in linux such as imagemagick to post processing the images like making thumbnaul image etc.
Normally htmli2image needs a X server to run. But you can run html2image without installing a true X11 server. Xvfb does the trick. With this cool in memory X11 server, you can run html2image without a true display. All the html loading and rendering operations will be done in memory. It will be more fast and suitable for batch html to image conversion on your servers.
This software is not reviewed yet.
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