The easiest way to create images on the fly with ASP and other scripts!
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ShotGraph is a COM application providing powerful image manipulation capabilities.
This software lets you both create new and modify
existing images on the fly. You can use it on Web server side in your Web applications (especially ASP) as well as on desktop computers
for batch image processing with .vbs scripts, VBA MS Office applications, VB applications etc. ShotGraph
works on any version of Win32 operation system, such as Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows 7.
The following scenarios illustrate some of types of tasks you can write using ShotGraph:
You can look at the full list of ShotGraph features.
|Overlay two or more images together (optionally with semitransparency)|
|Place text and other graphics over images|
|Read and analyze digicam-specific EXIF information in image files|
|Convert images to other formats|
|Merge images into one (optionally with overlaying)|
|Save webpages as images (Read more...)|
| ShotGraph 3.4
The lastest version of ShotGraph contains a number of improvements.
Here is the brief description of some features:
New features of ShotGraph 3.4 can make your scripts and programs more
useful and attractive by adding image creating/altering capabilities. Read this documents for details.
- Support for the ClearType method of font smoothing.
- Limitations of trial installations
- Now the trial installation of ShotGraph has no any early limitations, so you can run
any script tests.
If your scripts/applications need to read EXIF, IPTC data from Jpeg images, see information about
advanced EXIF & IPTC data handling.
| Updated pages
Updated script example on the examples page.
The Upload & Resize source code package now includes additional example: the script
displaying EXIF and IPTC data of uploaded image on the fly.
If you need to handle animated gifs on the fly then the ShotGraph.GifAnimator
component is a good solution. Although Shotgraph.GifAnimator is a separate product,
but it can be used in conjunction with ShotGraph: it has special methods for exchanging
images with ShotGraph imagespace.