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bin2img is a tool that converts regular files to the PNG format in order to upload these to image hosting sites (where usually only pictures can be uploaded). It encodes the byte structure of the files into the pixel colors, so that the original files can be reconstructed. Features include wrap binary files in PNG images, split large files in suitable parts to break file size limits of image hosting sites, download and convert files using .b2i script files and a custom URL protocol: b2i://, and upload files to image hosting sites.
License Free
File Size 2.95 MB
Version 2.3
Operating System Windows Windows XP Windows Me Windows Vista Windows NT Windows 7 Windows 2000 Windows 98
System Requirements Java Runtime Environment 1.7
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