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ImageSplitter split an image into pieces that can be used

• for collage art.

• for website optimisation (speed up the preview of images)

• for printing purposes (big poster)

• for create a puzzle.

Load an image by menu or by drag&drop (jpg, gif, png and bmp are supported)

Choose a format and select Columns and Rows count you want.

Once Split Image processing is finished a folder with all splitted image parts will be opened.

Parts of image are from left to right and from top to bottom.

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What's New in Version 1.0.0.7

Released

  • DPI Resolution can be preserved as original or changed.
  • Multi files Split is now possible ( Only by Menu - Open - Multi files Split)




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