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HQresizer 2.1
Author: DaVince Submitted: 13th December, 2005 Favourites:0
Genre: Application Downloads: 370

Edited By DaVince [Ectoprods] on 1/12/2008

Now updated to version 2.1, which supports drag-and-drop and an altered interface!

HQresizer 2.1 is the new version of HQ24 resizer. It is entirely remade.

This is a small front-end to resize your bmp image files 2x or 4x. For this it uses 2 very good image filters: hq2x and hq4x. These filters fill up the spaces in resized files so that the space between big pixels are filled up. This results in smooth edges.

In version 2.1, these things have changed:
- Interface looks a bit different, better suited.
- File drag and drop now works (only one file at a time, though).

In version 2.0, these things have become better:
- It does not matter anymore where you copy the program to. The program uses a temp directory so that it always works.
- Easier interface.
- Image can be opened immediately when it is converted.
- Step-by-step convertor status and progress indicator.

HQ2x and HQ4x creator are made by Maxim Stepin.
Stepin's Website:

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Posted by Nothing, Ok? 14th December, 2005

Posted by wario 15th December, 2005

The other one didn't work for me. I'll try this one, since I've always wanted one of these things.
Posted by Keatontech! 17th December, 2005

You should be able to drag and drop a file onto the application. Other than that it's pretty cool.
Posted by DaVince 18th December, 2005

Drag-and-drop sounds like a good idea. Thanks for the info, I'll get that started soon.

@wario: the previous version had the problem that it should be in a path without spaces or it wouldn't work. I removed this bug, so it should work now.
Posted by DaVince 21st December, 2005

New version uploaded!
Posted by DaVince 9th March, 2006

I know, it sometimes does that. Just reselect 2x when you just started it up and it should work...
Posted by DaVince 15th March, 2006

It does? I didn't know that...
Posted by axel 9th May, 2006

lol I love you man
Posted by DaVince 12th May, 2006

I know, Axel, I know.
Posted by DaVince 8th April, 2009

No wait, it can't... It exports the files as 16-bit color after all.





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