Quick setup and user-friendly GUI
The installer does not take a long time to unpack, and its options are standard, so users shouldn't encounter any difficulties in this matter.
The interface is not particularly attractive, as ExtractJPEG opts for a regular window with a classical structure. Database files can be pointed out with the help of the file browser only, since the drag-and-drop feature is not supported. Batch processing is not possible, so users are restricted to working with only one file at a time.
Seamlessly configure output settings
Apart from pointing out the directory and file name of the JPG image, it is possible to change output settings regarding the data segment and gap size. In addition, it it possible to skip the first and every second header. There are no other notable features available here.
Evaluation and conclusion
ExtractJPEG does not put a strain on PC performance, as it uses low CPU and RAM. Image extraction jobs are carried out quickly, and the app's response time is good. We have not come across any kind of issues throughout our tests, since it did not freeze, crash or pop up error dialogs. Howevever, ExtractJPEG has not been updated for a while. Other than that, it serves its purpose.
Reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on May 7th, 2014
Application descriptionThe ExtractJPEG program was born from a need to extract JPEG images from an old database file, for which the database ...