This script uses the Python Imaging libraries to resize images in a folder and its sub-folders iteratively. The details like the directory hierarchy, current progress etc are displayed dynamically. We can optionally specify more image formats, required size etc.(See command-line argument --help).
This is meant for processing large collections of images, which justifies the display of many details.
Windows has a nice command line program capable of printing out a tree of the the folders, sub-folders, and possibly the files of a directory. The tool below mimics a behavioral subset of TREE, Microsoft's inspiring utility. This version is...
This is a free script that places watermark on images in current folder and sub-folders.
- Easy to install
- Easy to use, just upload your images by FTP
- You can use text or image for your watermark
Java Library find all files in a root directory and all its sub folders
This is a perl written server program which acts as a utility that checks the last date of the file and folders modified by scanning all the files. Features like two modes, providing two levels of age distinction, omitting sub folders and admin...
This script allows you to make a dynamic image gallery with no programming or database. Just upload images in a current folder and see them with thumbnails. You can create sub-folders and store comments with every image. It features easy...
This script places a watermark on images in the current folder and sub-folders. You can use text or an image for the watermark, setting the intensity of the transition for the watermark image.
verveCFDirDel is a ColdFusion Custom Tag that deletes or empties a directory on your server. The tag uses recursion to delete all sub-folders and files within the directory that you specify.
A class to create, extract and handle ZIP archives. You can create on-the-fly ZIP archives with dynamic content and send them to the client. It supports automatic sub-folders creation and extracting by index. It's small, easy and fast to use.
The import lists all the files and folders in your web-site home directory.
Navigate to sub-folders by clicking on 'folder' links.
Files already in the Media Library are shown without a tickbox. Filters at the top of the file...