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The img2bmp32 application was developed to be a small tool that converts many image formats (GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, WMF, EMF, BMP, and ICO) to 32-bit BMP with an alpha channel. The alpha channel is pre-multiplied which is required for Windows BITMAP resources.
Programs like GIMP don’t do the pre-multiply step and cause the images to display very oddly when used. All command line arguments are treated as images to convert to BMP. The files are renamed to have the “bmp” extension.
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img2bmp32 is a simple command line application that allows you to convert images to the Windows BITMAP format. It can convert more than one file at once. It will often incorrectly predict which format each image is in.
IMG2BMP32 – a Simple BMP to Image Converter
IMG2BMP32 is a command line application that allows you to convert images to the Windows BITMAP format. It can convert more than one file at once. It will often incorrectly predict which format each image is in.
What makes this program a single purpose tool is that it is very simple. It takes on the most common formats of image and will treat them the same way it would do with JPG’s or PNG’s. When it encounters a BMP, you will have to supply the alpha value yourself. In this program, it cannot detect what the alpha is so you must supply it.
This program uses an external library that you have to download. It allows you to convert 32 bit Open GL images to the 32 bit BITMAP format. It will let you specify the alpha value as well as which color mode to use (transparency or not).
The library provides a way to generate a 32 bit BMP with the provided command line arguments. The library has a number of different image formats that it handles but only the BMP format is provided by the 32 bit Windows API. All 32 bit BMPs have an alpha channel.
The graphics engine that it uses to generate these images is very easy to use. The source code was written in C. For the purpose of this program, that is perfect. All the images that are generated will have a transparent background. This program will not attempt to display a transparent image.
IMG2BMP32 has a large number of image formats that it can convert to BMP. All of the formats that you will need are supported:
BMP, Portable Network Graphics (PNG), GIF, Image Tool (ITT), JPEG, Portable Document Format (PDF), Tagged Image File Format (TIFF), Windows Metafiles (WMF), Enhanced Metafiles (EMF), and Enhanced Windows Metafiles (EMW).
The program will have no trouble converting your files. It does not do any magic. All of the images you pass in are treated as images and converted to BMP.
IMG2BMP32 – Alpha and Transparency
This program converts many image formats to BMP (32-bit) format, with an alpha channel. Many formats can be converted, but not all formats are supported (see VERSION file). Support for the most popular formats has been tested and verified.
The resulting image will be 32-bit BMP with an alpha channel. The image is converted to a format that BMP files are natively expecting. PNG and TIFF are the most popular formats.
The image(s) can be saved with several compression settings, or specified in the standard bitmap data to produce either a normal PNG file, or a true 32-bit BMP file.
The following formats can be converted:
JPG (Can only save as BMP)
BMP (Can only save as BMP)
The BMP format is the most popular format, so the default is to produce a 32-bit PNG file. There is an option to output a BMP file. There is also an option to ignore unsupported formats, in which case the raw bitmap data is output (not a PNG or TIFF file).
To specify a file name, you can use either the -o switch or the filename after the -f switch.
The -t switch turns on the alpha channel. This is very useful for graphic files, which work best with a pre-multiplied alpha channel.
The following options are available:
-h Shows this help message.
-f Specifies the filename of the file to convert. The file must exist.
-i Specifies the image to convert. The image will be output as a PNG file if -o is not specified.
-n Negates the conversion so that the raw bitmap data is output.
-o Specifies the name of the output PNG/TIFF file. The PNG file is by default.
-s Specifies the compression level to use when saving to file.
-t Turns on the alpha channel. This is useful for graphic files.
– Version 2012/12/08 Fixed include paths
– Version 2012/12/07 Corrected converting bitmap file work.
– Version 2012/12/06 Added multi-file looping.
– Version 2012/12/03 Added output to window for image conversion test.
Image2BMP is a software utility that will resize and save any type of image file in several different formats. It can save images in the following file formats:
Image2BMP will resize images to different sizes if provided with the width and height arguments. It also supports saving images in several different file formats by providing the following arguments to the command line:
The program will also resize files to their target size as a reference when the target size is not provided. It can either resize the images by using a proportional resize algorithm (default) or a fixed size resize algorithm. The default resize algorithm used is proportional resize. This algorithm will attempt to keep the aspect ratio of the images while changing the size. It then rounds up and down if a proportional resize is not possible.
The fixed size resize algorithm will change the size without changing the aspect ratio.
Image2BMP also has many command line options that will allow you to save images in the following formats:
If none of the following file extensions are provided in the command line, then Image2BMP will assume the input file is in one of the formats listed above.
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Display help information.
Display the version of the program.
Input path of an image file to be converted to BMP.
What’s New in the Img2bmp32?
(1) Some version of the application must already be running in order for these version updates to work.
img2bmp32 Version 1.2.4(24-Aug-03)
There are two versions of img2bmp32, version 1 and version 2. The version 1 is a smaller 1.9MB. The version 2 is much larger at 40.5MB. The size of the large img2bmp32 isn’t as important as keeping it small in order to keep it down to download time.
Download Version 1 (smaller 1.9MB)
Download Version 2 (large 40.5MB)
Upload the “img2bmp32.exe” file to the directory you wish to run the application from. (Note: If you are just running this from a pre-existing installation of img2bmp32 and have it in your program files folder you may not need to upload the “img2bmp32.exe” file).
(Note: Due to the way the 1.9MB version was created it will not automatically run unless it was ran from the directory it was downloaded to.)
Make sure to select the directory for the running program during the setup.
Double click on the “img2bmp32.exe” application in order to run the program. (Note: If you are just running this from a pre-existing installation of img2bmp32 and have it in your program files folder you may not need to upload the “img2bmp32.exe” file).
Using the img2bmp32 Application:
There are two versions of the img2bmp32 application, version 1 and version 2. The version 1 is a smaller 1.9MB. The version 2 is much larger at 40.5MB.
(Note: Version 1 is not as different to the version 2 application as you would think. I expect to be able to remove all of the changes that make up version 2 and have version 1 working with no problems.)
img2bmp32.exe is located in the \img2bmp32 application directory. (Note: This would be the “img2bmp32” directory in your program files folder)
The “help” directory is in the \img
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