Html2image for Linux v.2.0.2011.315


Have you ever wanted a solution for converting html to image on Linux/Unix? Html2Image for Linux is a command line tool that can convert html to image on Linux or Unix platform.html2image linux now solves this problem. It is a standalone tool package that can generate raster image from html content. The html page can be on a remote server or local file disk. html2image can convert them into images on the fly. Highlight Features: * Capture and save whole html webpage into image * Support popluar image format * Convert html to bmp, png, jpg and jpeg on Linux * Support command line parameters for batch converting html to image * Convert html to jpg or jpeg with compression quality control * Support saving the whole html page to image without scrollbars. * Support batch convert a lot of url to images * Support http and https url * Support delay capture (useful for capturing html with javascript) * Can be called easily from programs or script to convert html to image * Can run on 64 bit Linux without problem (tested on ubuntu 64, Fedora 64) * You can easily generate thumbnail from html page with additional tools

Have you ever wanted a solution for converting ...

  • Html2image for Linux
  • 2.0.2011.315
  • Guang Ming
  • Linux
  • Freeware
  • 13.76 Mb
  • 161
  • Free

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