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  • jonnymag
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    fun4now,

    "Image Grabber II is a free tool that can grab screenshots from any video file (avi, mpg, dat, asf, wmv, qt, mov, rm, rmvb, vob) and save the screenshot as customized thumbnails to a single file or multiple files. It runs on Windows platforms using DirectX filters."

    OK, downloaded it again and uploaded it to a public place:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/49064034/IGII.zip
    Last edited by jonnymag; 08-14-2007, 11:21 PM.

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  • jonnymag
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    With Image Grabber, you can (1) "grab" all photos in a directory, or (2) "grab" screen shots from a video, then arrange them together on one page. The user sets the number of columns, tile size, resolution, labels/no labels, etc., then the program creates the new page.

    Attachments:
    Image_01 is screen shot of "File Save" page
    Image_02 is finished product

    The one you found doesn't sound like it's the same. But since mine in Image Grabber II, and that one is Image Grabber 3, it could be an updated version with additional features. Let me see if I can still find a link to the one I have.
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    Last edited by jonnymag; 08-14-2007, 10:50 PM.

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  • fun4now
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    it sounds more like some thing i can already doi with print screen and paint ??(see pic.) is what you did part of its softwear ?? they dont mention it ??
    http://www.download.com/Image-Grabbe...ml?tag=lst-0-1


    Image Grabber 3.0.1
    Download Now (1.59MB) Tested spyware freeLicense:Free to try; $5.99 to buy Average User Rating: (out of 1 votes) Rate it! Downloads: 10,405 Requirements: Windows XP/Vista, Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1
    Limitations: 30-day trial
    Date Added:May 11, 2007 Publisher's description of Image Grabber
    1of 1From GordoSoftware:
    Image Grabber screen capture software is designed for the user who needs a convenient and easy to use tool for capturing and manipulating snapshots of Windows screens. This program allows you to easily capture screen images from your favorite Internet WebPages, desktop applications or any other image that can be displayed on your computers screen. You can then save captured images to a clipboard and paste them into other applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, or you can save the captured image to a file (BMP, JPEG, GIF PNG, or TIFF) for later use. Cropping and resize features allow easy manipulation of images for final use.


    ever thing i found under the serch semed to be about saving pic's from a web page ??

    or did i find the wrong thing ??
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    Last edited by fun4now; 08-14-2007, 08:51 PM. Reason: add pic

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  • fun4now
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    thanks i'll look around for it.

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  • jonnymag
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    Yes, it's called Image Grabber. I think it was either shareware or freeware, so you should be able to get it at www.tucows.com or www.downloads.com. Let me know if you can't find it.
    Last edited by jonnymag; 08-14-2007, 07:44 PM.

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  • fun4now
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    OK now that is a cool program.
    any chance you could track down a source for me to get this thing ?? is it a download or a disk ?? could you e-mail me a copy of it ?? or is it a copy righted program ?? are you shore of the name "Image Grabber" ?? i am terrible at searches but could try a goggle search to find it if you don't have a link. thanks for any info you can give on it.

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  • jonnymag
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    There's also a program called Image Grabber that allows you to shrink a series of pictures and put them together on a grid in one single file. For example, I hope HMW doesn't mind, but I used Image Grabber to shrink his truck photos and arrange them in a 5-column grid (see attached).

    I think the program was either free or darn close to free.
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  • fun4now
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    my favoret thing about the resizer in power tpys is you can do loads of pic's at one time and the origenal is not tuched. also you dont have to open the pic to resize it. its a great program, easy to use, but i dont think its suposed to work with windows VISTA. but from what i have heard nothing works with VISTA anyway.

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  • jonnymag
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    Originally posted by Bert View Post
    Ka'a'awa, right before the elementary school.
    OK, I know where that is. Used to be one of my dad's favorite beaches to catch tako when he was alive. Well, he called it "snorkeling," me (at age 10) and my brother (age 5) used to call it "drowning."

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  • Bert
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    Jon, thanks very much!!!!!
    bert,
    night now, gotta wake up at 4:30

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  • jonnymag
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    Resizing

    Try this:

    MS Paint: From Image menu, select Attributes
    http://images1.filecloud.com/557492/...Attributes.jpg

    MS Photo Editor: Image menu, select Image Resize
    http://images.filecloud.com/557493/M...age_resize.jpg

    Adobe Photoshop: Image menu, select Image Size
    http://images.filecloud.com/557494/A...Image_size.jpg

    Most other programs should be very similar. Some of the software that comes with the cameras are even easier.

    File size: If you want to change the file size (rather than the image size), try changing the resolution. You can go down to 72 pixels/inch without affecting the display quality that much. The higher resolution (300 pixel/inch) is mostly for photo quality prints.

    Hope that helps.

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  • Bert
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    ok, excellent! thanks, and I'll do it for you now!!!

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  • fun4now
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    Image Resizer
    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/d...powertoys.mspx
    its about 2/3 down the page. it downloads fast and installs faster. you should like it. one of the best things is it dose not change the original pic, it makes a copy thats the new size with the same file name just (small or med) after it.

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  • fun4now
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    What program do you use to resize yours?
    thanks,

    i use the re-sizer microsoft made for XP but didn't bother to install.
    if you have win.XP you can go to microsoft.com under power toys you will find the picture re-sizer. its great. just click on it and tell it how big you want it. you can do a hole folder at one time, no limit to the # you can do at the same time. its the only thing i like about XP.
    i can find you a link to it. lots of guys on here use it. i have been for 2 years i think?? maybe longer just dont remember.

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  • Bert
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    Ka'a'awa, right before the elementary school.

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