Tiled image of images
You've been waiting on thisYou've been waiting on this. Over in DTG magazine and Photoshop 911 we have received literally hundreds of inquiries of where a Mac user can find such software. It's been available on Windows for some time -- but now, Limit Point Software makes it for Mac.
PhotoTiles 1.0, an application you use to create a tiled image of images. The array of images can be of various dimensions and sizes. After the program is configured by specifying a few options, simply drag a folder of images onto the application, or its main window. After processing is complete you will be prompted to specify the output image format and location.
Use the preferences window to configure the program. The preferences options currently available are as follows:
Columns: Number of columns of cells across the tiled image.
Cell Size: Width and height of each cell.
Cell Spacing: The distance between each cell.
Include Cell Border: Select this option to frame each cell. You also specify the thickness of the cell border.
Include Image Border: Select this option to frame each image. You also specify the thickness of the image border.
Include Filenames: Select this option to display the image filename at the bottom of each cell. The size of the font can be specified. The "X Offset" is the horizontal offset from the left side of each cell to draw the filename. The "Y Offset" is the vertical offset from the bottom of each cell to draw the filename.
Auto Open: Select this option to automatically open the tiled image after it is saved.
PhotoTiles is a member of the Limit Point Software Utilities Bundle that consists of a wide array of small task oriented programs: movie and image processing, file management, batch email, web crawling, URL resource downloading, and much more. Register once and own all of them. Upgrades are always free, and new products are always included.
Limit Point Software has been avidly developing software for the Mac community since 1997. In order to improve the usefulness, simplicity and dependability of our products user feedback has always been highly welcome and encouraged. Our products cover a diverse range of applications. The internet applications include bulk emailing, HTML form processing, web crawling and document indexing and searching. The "Utilities" suite is a large collection of small programs for combining movies, processing images in batch, file property editing, downloading and converting YouTube files, and much, much more.
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