Published by HTML to Image inc. on 7 Apr 2012
"HTML to Image Converter Windows Command line."HTML to Image Converter for Windows Command Line is an easy to use and practical Windows soluation to convert webpages to all sorts of image types including JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP and TIF and so on.
HTML to Image Command Line can convert both MHTML and HTML webpages to images and can even capture screenshots of webpages that have Flash files. It lets you either 100% keep the full size of each webpage or customize the size of each webpage so you can generate web thumbnails of any sizes.
This HTML to Image Converter for Windows Command Line supports batch conversion. It can batch convert multiple webpages with very fast processing speed and excellent quality.
The leaps of functions like: webpage thumbnail capture, webpage screenshots, customize the size of each webpage capture, generate web thumbnails of any sizes will exceed your expectation in integrating this EXE or DLL SDK to desk-top programs or web servers.
HTML to Image converter for windows Command Line Key Features:
1: Convert MHTML and HTML files to images in batch.
2: Capture websites screenshots.
3: Generate thumbnails of webpages.
4: Make schedule to take websites screenshots automatically.
5: Works in background, web page(s) doesn't need to be displayed or kept active to capture.
6: Works in multi threaded batch mode, which enables to capture multiple web pages at a time.
7: Supports JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP and TIF image formats.
8: Supports JPEG quality (compression) percent.
9: Supports capturing sites with flash content.
10: Supports delayed snapshots of websites.
11: Options to disable java, activex, scripts on the web page.
What's new in this version: HTML to Image Converter for Windows Command Line Ver. 1.0 (Oct 02, 2008) First public release.
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