Picture To Icon era disponibile come app gratuita il 07 novembre 2010!
Picture To Icon can convert images or any part on your screen into icons, extract icons from libraries, modify the icon and convert icon to png or bmp. Picture To Icon converts PNG, BMP, JPEG, GIF, CUR, WMF formats into multi-resolution Windows icons. You can capture your screen part and convert it to icon. You can easily create, edit, read and save icons with transparency. With color similarity adjustment, icon creation is made easy. You can extract icons from Windows resource files such as EXE, DLL, OCX file.
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I just wanted to let you know that Picture To Icon works extremely well here with no problems of any kind...
The program is also very easy to use, and what I like most about it so far is how easy it is to create transparent icons with this program...
The results are great every time. Definitely a keeper for me. Thanks !
Picture To Icon is working perfectly on Windows Vista Ultimate 64x SP2
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People, be aware! Shrinking down a (large) image to icon size doesn't make it a good icon. A good icon is one you can easily identify even if it's small. In most cases, icons with only a few colors are preferable!
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Installs and runs fine on Windows 7 x64. Windows 7 is not included in the description so I thought I'd let everyone know that it works fine. This is a nice little program that can help you customize your desktop. I agree with the comments above about people voting a program negative just because it is something they don't want. I wish GAOTD could implement a way to vote only after you have installed the program.
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I really would like a program like this. I have not used another one so I have nothing to compare it to. I have been playing with this for just a little while now and this is what I have found out so far:
o Very easy to use
o Decent interface
o Some nice features like: capture, modifying existing, backgrounds and opacity.
What I don't like:
o after loading a picture it fits it into a square and distorts the image. Even deselecting "stretch" seems to do nothing. So use another photo editing program to change the ratio of the picture and then load the change into Picture to Icon.
o The "Buy Now" button stays on
I tried to find something in the help about the ratio but had no luck. If someone finds how to fix this that would be great. Otherwise it make the application a little too cumbersome.
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Picture To Icon is a nice, simple icon editor when the free but more complex IcoFX is overkill [Google/Bing for IcoFX download sites -- there are many]. Picture To Icon lets you edit &/or create single image icons -- there is no *New* button, but it's easy to delete an existing image to start fresh -- or you can convert or capture an image. Most Windows icons contain multiple images at different sizes & bit depths for different screen sizes & settings -- while Picture To Icon will import those (or extract embedded icons from files like .exe & .dll etc.), you can only edit & save a single image icon. You can also delete images, saving the result as an icon file, which is handy when you want to extract some but not all icons from a file [open C:\Windows\Explorer.exe for an example, right clicking, selecting delete for individual images]. For personal use, say customizing your desktop when icon packs won't do, Picture To Icon could be an ideal solution -- after all, if you don't change your screen settings [& most people don't], the extra images in any Windows icon simply take up space -- they're both unused & irrelevant.
That said, icons can get somewhat complicated, usually from a developer standpoint, with Vista/7 using overlays etc. [BTW those overlays are why it's harder to get rid of the shortcut arrows in 7]... You can find out more about icon design at http://goo.gl/sXf5o or Google/Bing Microsoft.com for "UXGuide.pdf" for even more info. Besides today's GOTD & IcoFX there are quite a few, mostly pay-ware editors available -- you can find another freebie here http://goo.gl/PXvon , though it's more limited than Picture To Icon when it comes to importing. There are also several free icon packs, or you can try something like Icon Packager -- http://goo.gl/ysEn7 -- if/when you don't want/need something 100% original.
Using Picture To Icon, you start by opening an image or icon [either a stand-a-lone file or embedded in another file], or by capturing a portion of your screen. Clicking "Modify Icon" brings up a wizard where you 1st set the icon size, then next, do any actual editing, then next, set the bit depth -- the results can be saved as iocn, bmp, or png files after clicking the "Save Icon" button. Installation adds the program's folder [7 files, 1 (empty) folder, taking up less than 1 MB], along with Start Menu shortcuts. Monitoring a minimal install (you're given options like add to context menu), 3 keys were added to the registry -- 1 for the app, 1 for uninstall, & 1 for icon file type.
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