This small tool extracts and saves images of various formats from a Web page, although it won't create a destination subfolder for extracted images. Picget launches in a small window that stays on top of your screen. This slightly opaque interface is where you change the destination folder, specify formats, and set file sizes. Extracting Web site images is as easy as using a drag-and-drop function. Images are downloaded quickly and accurately and saved into the user-specified location.
You easily can choose all images, or filter by the JPEG, GIF, BMP, or TIF image formats supported by the application. We liked the option to extract images by file size to make sure we didn't end up with dozens of thumbnails. Picget's missed opportunity was an option to automatically name the destination directory based on the Web site URL. Although fully functional, this demo is limited to a 30-use trial. Picget is a handy tool for frequent Net surfers needing a quick and easy way to capture images.
Quickly extract and save all images of a Web page. Just drag and drop URL in IE address bar or hyperlink on a Web page onto Picget's float window, it will extract and save all images on this page or this hyperlink's page. You can set which folder to save the images. Also you can select the image files type (JPEG, BMP, GIF, and TIF) and size (>10k or 20k) to get the exact images you want. Version 3.5 includes unspecified updates.
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Version 3.5 includes unspecified updates.