Upload Images To Multiple Web Services With Image Uploader

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Image Uploader is an open source application for uploading photos to hosting servers without the need of visiting the website. You can upload images to an FTP Server and more than 20 supported web services including Rapidshare, Picasa, Imageshcak, Imgur, Yandex, Uploadbox, Sendspace, multi-up and many more. Once the image is uploaded, it generates an HTML code or BBCode which can be used on forums. It also has a screenshot capturing utility which allows instant screenshot capture and uploads it to a selected server or web service. The build-in image grabbing utility can snatch frames from many supported video formats such as AVI, MPG, VOB, WMV and MKV.

The main interface of Image Uploader contains options to select and upload files, grab images from a specific video and a screenshot taking option. You can add files/folders to upload from the Add Images/Files option.

Main Interface

Once a file is selected, you can select options to further refine the upload. For example in the case of images you choose a width, height, image format (JPG, PNG, Gif or leave it to Auto), manage quality options and so on. After you have made your configurations, click Next to continue.

Next

After that, you can choose a host to transfer files to, for e.g. Rapidshare, Imagehsack, an FTP Server, Picasa, yandex, etc.

Choose Host

Choose your login credentials to connect to the selected server or web service. You can even select and create folders to save your uploaded files. Click Upload to continue.

Login

Once the uploading process is complete, you can extract URLs for the uploaded files, HTML codes and BBcodes which can be used on forums.

Uploading

Similarly, you can use the Import Video File option to add a video to extract frames. Just add a file, select the number of frames that you wish to retrieve and click Grab to get the images. When done, you can either upload the images to a web service/server or open the directory where images are residing, via right-click context menu. You can also view image properties and open it in your default image editing program. Likewise, you can use the Make Screenshot option to take a screenshot and upload, edit and view it (in a system directory) in the same way.

Grab Video

While testing this software I received an update of two additional servers that were added to the list. This means that we are likely to see more servers added to the list soon. It works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

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