ArtIcons Pro 5.40 (+Portable)

Software, Graphic & Design. February 6, 2012 by samura1.

Icon Maker to Edit Your Icon Images and Libraries
ArtIcons is an advanced icon maker for Windows. It allows professional and amateur alike to create and edit icon images and manage icon files and libraries.

New functions on the new version 5.40:
- Import GIF, Adobe Photoshop PSD, WMF, XPM, XBM and WBMP images, CUR and ANI cursor files
- Export images to GIF, Adobe Photoshop PSD, RC, XPM, XBM, WBMP and CUR files
- Import and export icon color palettes
- Work with image lists in BMP and PNG formats
- Export library items into a single image
- Split icon libraries into individual icon files
- Split icons into sub-icons

With ArtIcons 5.40 you can:
Create and edit icons in either standard or custom sizes, in color depths up to 16 million colors
Create and edit icons for Windows XP in 32-bit color depth with 8-bit alpha channel
Create and store images containing several layers
Paint images with gradient and chess fill
Modify images with drop shadow, opacity, smooth, negative, grayscale, colorize, hue/saturation, rotate, roll and mirror effects
Replace image colors
Create and manage icon libraries for better and more efficient storage
Paste images in various graphic formats (ICO, ICPR, BMP, JPEG and PNG) directly into icons
Export icon images to ICO, ICPR, BMP, JPEG and PNG files
Extract icons from Windows executables, libraries and animated cursor files
Extract icons from all files in selected folders and subfolders and save them as icon libraries
Convert Mac icons to Windows format
Modify icons inside executables and other program files
Sort images inside icons and icons inside libraries
Customize Windows Desktop and folder icons
Drag and drop files from file shells
Drag and drop icons between different libraries
Use English, Spanish, German and other interfaces

Homepage - http://www.aha-soft.com/articons/

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