Total Image Converter X is the right solution to be setup on web-servers, used from service, launched within other programs by command line
Total Image ConverterX is the right converter to be setup on web-servers. It acts just like common image converter (changes size or format of images) and it runs on servers, which most image converters don't do. Total Image Converter X includes Active X.
Total Image Converter X supports most popular formats of graphics
Total Image Converter X converts files in batches (two or more at once), which is invaluable when you have to convert hundreds of images. With Total Image Converter X you can also resize, rotate or mirror images and change the color resolution (include convert to black and white color) of your graphics. All this can be done in batch too.
Designed for web-servers Total Image Converter X has no GUI, just the command line and performs fully automatically. Try it for free (30 days trial period, no limitations) and find out that it is really worth its money.
Feel free to write to us if you need some format that Total Image Converter X doesn't support. We will do our best to meet your wishes.
C.Convert "c:\source.BMP", "c:\dest.TIF", "-c TIF -log c:\Image.log"
set C = nothing
Example2 ASP: directly stream the resulting PDF
Response.AddHeader "Content-Type", "binary/octet-stream"
Rresponse.AddHeader "Content-Disposition", "attachment; filename=test.pdf"
Response.BinaryWrite c.ConvertToStream("C:\www\ASP\Source.tiff", "C:\www\ASP", "-cpdf -log c:\Image.log")
set C = nothing
if (file_exists($dest)) unlink($dest);
$c= new COM("ImageConverter.ImageConverterX");
$c->convert($src,$dest, "-c gif -log c:\Image.log");
if (file_exists($dest)) echo "OK"; else echo "fail:".$c->ErrorMessage;
Total Image ConverterX costs $89.90 for Windows NT Terminal Server (less than 10 users) and servers. If you will use Total Image ConverterX on a Windows NT Terminal Server with more than 10 users please contact us to obtain the appropriate license.