If you've read this program's name, you can probably guess what its main function is. HTML To Image makes converting Web pages to a number of popular image formats a quick and painless affair. You simply enter single or multiple URLs, then choose from among several output formats, including JPEG, BMP, and GIF. Clicking the Options tab lets you access the program's small but useful feature set. For instance, you can resize your new images and have the program generate thumbnails in addition to full-sized images. We should note the trial version places a watermark on files, so you may need to register it if you plan to display images in public. All told, we think Webmasters will be able to find some use for this application.
From Guangming Software:
Html To Image helps you convert html page from any URL to image or thumbnails easily and quickly. It captures the whole web page's content into JPG, BMP, PNG, TIFF or GIF on the fly. Html To Image can be seamlessly integrated with your Internet Explorer. After installed, you can access html to image functionality from the context menu of IE by clicking the right mouse button. Then you can convert html to jpg instantly while you are surfing. Html To Image is specially designed for batch converting a lot of web pages. Not only html files, the plain text files as well as the Web Archive Format (*.MHT) files can be converted to image in batch mode. Html To Image also supports drag drop operations. You can drag local html or text files from explorer's folders or search results to the URL window without manually entering the URLs, which will save you a lot of time. It has many featuers: Directly save the web page at a given URL into image in bmp, jpeg, tiff, gif or png format; Create thumbnail images from large images; Batch conversion is supported; Integrate with Internet Explorer's context menu; Support converting local HTML, MHT, TXT files to image; Support JPEG compression level; Support capturing site with flash content; Run at background, web pages don't need to be displayed for capturing; Support drag drop HTML, MHT, TXT files to convert; Support error log; Enable setting image file name for each URL.
Software seems like a great concept- until you try it for the first time and see that the "watermark" is applied multiple times in LARGE red letters, so much so, that you can't even see what your file was. Just uninstalled- I'll write again if I find little bits and pieces left on my drive.