Split any image into rectangular parts and export the resulting images along with a html table.
Splitz! is really easy to use. Open an image by selecting "Open" from the "File" menu. Now, you can use the mouse to define the cells. Left-clicking the image will bring up a cut line where you clicked, right-clicking switches between horizontal and vertical lines. You can also switch between horizontal and vertical lines by using the buttons above the image.
The third button with the rectangle glyph allows you to create a rectangular cell, 4 cut lines will be automatically added. To edit the cut lines, move your mouse over the desired line. When the cursor changes, you can drag the line by holding the left mouse-button. To remove a line, simple drag it outside of the image. To remove all split lines, select "Clear Splits" from the "Tools" menu.
If JPEG is selected as output format, you can adjust the compression level by clicking on the "JPEG" compression tab and using the slider at the bottom of the page. When you change compression, the right-hand image will show you a preview of the whole compressed image. Finally, when you're done, select "Export" from the "File" menu to save the slices along with the HTML table.
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What's New in This Release:
- minor bugfixes to 1.5 (some compability issues with Win2K)