How to Use ThumbNailer
Learning how to use ThumbNailer has many advantages. This small-sized utility can help you in creating thumbnails out of any PNG/JPEG file. At the same time, it can also help you to create a simple webpage which can show the thumbnails that you have created with this utility. Basically, this is a simple program that anyone can learn to use.
Step 1: Choose a Directory
Start by choosing a directory where you want to store your JPEG/PNG files. Next, pick an HTML file that will serve as your destination file. Decide on whether you wish to create a webpage. It is also necessary to determine if you wish to link the thumbnails to point to an original image.
Step 2: Specify Path
If this is what you want to do, then you need to specify an absolute or relative path that describes the link. You also have to decide whether to link groups of thumbnails to point to your main directory. If you want this, then you will again need to specify an absolute or relative path to that link.
Step 3: Define Size
It is also important to define the smallest size for the converted image, and you need to also define a maximum image size for the thumbnail image. Finally, also pick a minimum conversion size and pick a compression level for your JPEG thumbnails. It is also necessary to pick a graphic filter that is to be applied to your thumbnails.
The last piece of information that has to be provided to the application is that of choosing your presentation. Once this is done, simply run ThumbNailer and it will create your thumbnails.