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UITHUMB creates thumbnails from images listed in a specified directory. It's not nearly as fast as programs like photoshop, but for those who don't mind or don't have the means, this gets the job done. I wrote it specifically to create thumbnails for my MOSAIC software.

As of now, the largest thumbnail it will allow you to produce is 133 x 100, and the output is only jpeg, but this could be modified in the code.

The code is not well documented and I don't plan on making any changes to it, but feel free to modify it to your heart's content.

As far as help goes with this, I didn't include any, so I'm sorry about that. Just type uithumb at the command prompt and select the desired folder of images and the desired output folder for the thumbnails. Adjust the size of the output with the sliders and press start when you're ready to go. Additionally, you can preview the images by clicking on them in the listbox.

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