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FileImaging 2.0

A program that allows you to convert any file into picture pattern.


Last Week downloads: 0
Total downloads: 105
  • Last Updated: Jun 8, 2011
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 7/Vista/XP
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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For FileImaging 2.0Publisher's description


FileImaging is a Photo & Image software developed by FileImaging. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for FileImaging:

BSEditor: FileImaging is a program that allows you to convert any file into picture pattern, so you can refuse file hostings.

The program logic is File<-->Pattern<-->URL, so it gives you a tons of abilities: splitting pattern in multiple parts with automatic uploading to image host services; encripting patterns with passwords that provides privacy and confidentiality of your data.

Main program abilities:
*Convertion file into pattern
*Auto-uploading patterns to Image Hosting services and links retrieval
*Conversion patterns and links to pattern back into file
*Password protection
*Splitting large files to multiple patterns and its auto-uploading
*Merging any file with any picture
*Four pattern types support

Advanced program abilities:
*Flexible settings
*Palettes (skins) support
*Update Centre
*Extensions (plug-ins) support
*Opera and Internet Explorer integration
*Ability to launch program from any web-browser with a simple command
*Windows Explorer (Shell) integration
*Multilanguage interface

There are special abilities for Windows 7 operating system:
*Control FileImaging from Windows Superbar
*See current progress value from Windows Superbar
*Jumplist support for quick function access
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