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Latest - 1.5.0

Requirements

  • Windows and Mac OS X: Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.6 or newer.
  • Linux: Oracle Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.7.
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1.4.0

  • Execute via GUI. Once you’ve installed Sikuli Slides on your systems, you can open .pptx files the Windows Explorer or the Finder to execute them. Installers are created by .
  • Parameters. You can add parameters to actions and provide the values for these parameters at the execution time, for example, using a parameter to control what password to type dynamically.
  • Control tagsSkip, Optional, Bookmark, and Tag. You can use them to control the flow of execution.
  • Recorder. You can record a sequence of clicks and automatically produce a sequence of slides that can then be executed by Sikuli Slides.
  • Sikuli Slides Java API. You can integrate Sikuli Slides’ features into your own applications or testing frameworks.
  • Code Generation. You can make slides and have them automatically converted into Java code, which you can then customize further to fit your needs. Other target languages (e.g., python, ruby) will be available in the next release.

1.3.0

  • New GUI.
  • Three running modes: automation, help, and tutorial mode.
  • Execute remote presentation slides. This includes the ability to execute Google Presentation stored in your Google Drive (formerly known as Google Docs), and .pptx files in DropBox.
  • Added multiple monitors support.
  • New delay action. The wait time unit can be in microseconds, milliseconds, seconds, minutes, hours, or even days. This can be used to make delay interval between two slides.
  • Store user settings persistently in user preferences.
  • Play .wav audio files.
  • Display Caption/Label on the screen using any shape in a yellow background.
  • Added Linux 32 and 64 bit support.
  • Many bug fixes.

1.2.0

  • New syntax: Use any shape as a target image and text box as an input action. You can specify the user input action in a separate text box and the target images using any shape, so there is no need to memorize the meaning of each shape. This makes sikuli-slides more easy and customizable so users can customize the meaning of each shape.
  • Add multiple targets per slide support but with one input action per slide. For example, you can perform left click action on multiple targets in one slide.
  • Set the order of performing input actions. If you have multiple targets on the screen, you can specify the order in which the action is executed by inserting the numeric order into the shape.
  • Sound support: Play sound while running your visual automation. This allows you to add more informative and interactive experience for your automation as well as to test voice recognition applications.
  • Text annotation: Display an overlay text on the screen. This can be an effective way to display informative text on the screen.
  • Add new visual testing operations that can be used to know whether something is visible on the screen or not.
  • Exist: check whether the target image is visible on the screen.
  • Not Exist: check whether the target image is invisible on the screen.

1.1.0

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  • Detect identical targets on the screen: added new algorithm that uniquely identifies a target among identical targets on the screen such as checkboxes, radio buttons, etc.
  • Added double click action using frame shape.
  • Bug fixes.

Miscellaneous Applications with PNG Support

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Maintenance Note

The PNG-supporting applications and toolkits pages are no longer being actively updated; for several years already, it's been safe to assume that virtually any bitmap-capable image app supports PNG. Corrections are still welcome, particularly for 'repurposed domains' (park-spam), but new applications are no longer being added.

These are applications that don't necessarily fit into thebrowser /viewer /editor /converter /3D /entertainment /business /scientificcategories. Occasionally a group of similar apps will be split out to forma new category; here is a list of ones that were listed here originally buthave since moved:

AbiWord - office / business apps
Aleph One - games / entertainment
Art Wall - games / entertainment
The Bat! - office / business apps
BeadPlan - games / entertainment
Circus Linux - games / entertainment
ClanLib - toolkits / libraries
Corel Presentations - office / business apps
CryptaPix - image viewers
Excel - office / business apps
Fandango - games / entertainment
Final Writer - office / business apps
Font F/X - 3D apps
Fractal Domains - games / entertainment
GF1 - games / entertainment
gfract - games / entertainment
GIF/PNG-Creator - scientific / graphing apps
Glulxe - games / entertainment
gnuplot - scientific / graphing apps
Grace - scientific / graphing apps
Hyperplay - games / entertainment
IDL - scientific / graphing apps
IGOR - scientific / graphing apps
Juggle Saver - games / entertainment
LazaLabl - office / business apps
Mathematica - scientific / graphing apps
MATLAB - scientific / graphing apps
Memo Writer Pro - office / business apps
Microsoft Office - office / business apps
Mjølner System - toolkits / libraries
mmiogpng - toolkits / libraries
Nautilus - office / business apps
nwrk-matrix - games / entertainment
PageMaker - office / business apps
pdftex - image converters
pdftohtml - image converters
Photogenics PNG loader/saver - toolkits / libraries
Ploticus - scientific / graphing apps
PlotMaker - image converters
pngcrush - image converters
PNG DataType (Cloanto) - toolkits / libraries
PNG DataType (Kleinert) - toolkits / libraries
pngmeta - image converters
PowerPoint - office / business apps
PrintGF - image viewers
Progress - image viewers
Projector - games / entertainment
Puzzlemaker - games / entertainment
PV-WAVE - scientific / graphing apps
R - scientific / graphing apps
Slides Shower - games / entertainment
Sphere - games / entertainment
Squeak - toolkits / libraries
Stereograph - games / entertainment
StarOffice - office / business apps
Translation Kit - toolkits / libraries
Transsonic Presenter - office / business apps
Turnpike - office / business apps
uf2png.fio - toolkits / libraries
V-Chat - games / entertainment
WallShow - games / entertainment
WarpPNG.datatype - toolkits / libraries
Webalizer - scientific / graphing apps
Word - office / business apps
WordPerfect Office - office / business apps
WWplus32 - games / entertainment
WWSaver32 - games / entertainment
XAllWrite - office / business apps
XaoS - games / entertainment
Xclamation - office / business apps
XmHTML - toolkits / libraries
zimg - scientific / graphing apps

As with the other PNG-applications pages,links to home WWW sites or to downloadable versions are provided where known,but if a link is broken, check the location and see if an updated versionis available (and please tell Greg!).Relevant operating systems are printed in (parenthesized italics).

These are listed alphabetically, more or less:

  • 1st Impression [Gromada.com](Windows 9x/ME) - all versions? read-only; freeware. (This is a utility to change the startup and shutdown images every time Windows reboots.NT and 2000 are explicitly not supported.)
  • AAA Logo [SWGSoft.com] (Win32) - all versions; read/write; commercial. (This is a logo-design application with both vector and raster support.)
  • addtRNS.cgi [Tetsuro 'techan' Imai] (Perl) - all versions; read/write; freeware with source. (This is a CGI script that adds simple [GIF-like] transparency to grayscale or RGB PNGs, or nice palette-alpha transparency to colormapped PNGs. See also the English page, which isn't updated quite as often.)
  • Apache Toolbox [Bryan Andrews] (Unix) - all versions? read/write; uses gd, libpng and zlib; freeware with source. (This is basically an automated compilation system for building the Apache web server, loads of modules, and the requisite support libraries for all of the above. PNG support is mainly via PHP [see the toolkits page].)
  • Balthaser:Fx [Balthaser Online] (WWW) - all versions? read-only; commercial. (This is an online Flash authoring tool with support for PNG import.)
  • BeOS [Be] (BeOS PPC/x86) - version 4.5 and later; read/write; commercial. (This is Be's famed operating system, which includes a datatypes-like facility called the Translation Kit. As of Release 4.5, PNG support is included in it, making BeOS the first production OS to ship with native PNG support.)
  • Berlin Project [Berlin Consortium] (Linux/GGI) - all versions; read-only? requires libpng and zlib; freeware (LGPL) with source. (This is a new windowing system with some very nice features; some consider it a likely successor to the X Window System, at least once it matures.)
  • ButtonWiz [Joel Ryan Software] (Win32) - version 5.0 and later; write-only; shareware. (This is a program to generate custom buttons for web pages.)
  • Coala Professional [Brighter Image] (Win32) - version 2.0(?) and later; read/write? iCCP support? commercial. (This is a 'large-format color copying system.' It works with both scanners and plotters, apparently with the option to write and read PNGs along the way. Coala Light does not include PNG support.)
  • Carracho [Carracho Communications] (Mac 68k/PPC) - version PR4 and later; read-only; freeware? (This is a client/server pair that supports chat, news and file serving via a proprietary protocol. The client can view images natively, including PNG.)
  • Catalog [Loic Dachary] (Perl) - version 1.03 and later; read-only? freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a system to 'build and maintain Yahoo!-style catalogs.' PNG support is apparently in the form of icons.)
  • Classics [Jan Verhoeven] (Windows 9x/ME) - version 2(?) and later; read/write? freeware. (This is a 'tool to allocate Classes, Teachers and ClassRooms all year round.' PNG support is in the form of an offline HTML browser that can view PNGs, and the reporting function presumably can create such images.)
  • CompuLog [Bob Berry] (DOS) - version 2.00 and later; read-only; shareware; 159k. (This is an image database that allows one to catalog images within a searchable database of thumbnails.)
  • Conjurer [MidStream Technologies] (Win32? BeOS x86?) - all versions; read/write; commercial. (This is a digital media tool that is still under development as of April 2000. Its PNG support is inherited from the now-discontinued Shöwboat, below. rö design was renamed MidStream Technologies in early 2000.) (coming June 2000... supposedly)
  • CopyRightLeft [Lionel P. Allorge] (Win32) - all versions; read/write; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a utility to add a [graphical] copyright string to one or more images. That is, it modifies the the image pixels directly rather than adding or modifying any PNG text chunks.)
  • Crystal Button [Crystal Button Software] (Win32) - version 1.2 and later; write-only; alpha support; shareware. (This is a program to generate custom buttons for web pages. Read support, in the form of using PNGs as textures, is coming 'soon.')
  • CyberStudio [GoLive] (Mac PPC) - version 3.0(?) and later; read-only. (This is an HTML editor. It does not support image-editing but may be able to write 'low-res' PNGs [for Netscape's LOWSRC attribute?]. Reportedly it has problems with the intermediate-edit PNGs generated by Macromedia Fireworks 1.0.)
  • cyclo.cgi [Tetsuro 'techan' Imai] (Perl) - all versions? read-only; MNG support; freeware with source. (This is a CGI script that appears to take a list of still PNG images and display them in a slideshow by converting them on the fly to a looping MNG animation. See also the English page, which isn't updated quite as often.)
  • Digital Image Recovery [Alexander Grau] (Win32) - all versions? read/write; freeware with source. (This is a file-recovery tool for media typically used in digital cameras--e.g., Compact Flash, SmartMedia, etc. It recognizes PNG and other common image types, although it doesn't appear capable of reconstructing a fragmented image. See also Drive Rescue below. This product has been discontinued.)
  • DingoSearch [SplitCycle Computing] (Win32) - all versions; read-only; MNG support; freeware (includes banner ads). (This is a client-side front end to multiple search engines. It supports PNG and MNG images for the banner ads it shows at the top of its window.)
  • Director [Macromedia] (Win32, Macintosh) - version 6.0(?) and later; read-only; commercial. (This is a 'multimedia production' editor that can import PNG images into its animated presentations.)
  • DIRT [Infopreneur] (Unix/X) - all versions; read/write; full alpha support; requires imlib2, libpng and zlib; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a 'standalone web server' that can create 'high-quality images on the fly.' It uses XML templates for the images being created, and the templates can load existing images either for modification or as components to be incorporated into new images.)
  • DOSPRINT [Simply the Best] (Win32) - version 2.0 and later; read-only; commercial. (This is a utility to allow DOS programs running under Windows to print to a Windows printer. Version 2.0 adds native support for various image formats, including PNG.)
  • Image::Dot [Roland Giersig] (Perl) - all versions; write-only; stand-alone (requires neither libpng nor zlib); freeware (Artistic) with source. (This Perl module 'provides 1x1 pixel PNG images of a certain RGB color (also with transparency) without relying on any external modules like GD, libpng or Compress::Zlib.')
  • Doxygen [Dimitri van Heesch] (Unix, Win32) - version 1.2.14(?) and later (default image format as of version 1.2.15); read/write? includes libpng and zlib; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a 'cross-platform, JavaDoc-like documentation system for C++, Java, C, and IDL' that 'can be used to generate an on-line class browser (in HTML) and/or an off-line reference manual (in LaTeX or RTF) from a set of source files.')
  • Dreamweaver [Macromedia] (Win32, Macintosh) - all versions; read-only; broken 1-bit, 2-bit and 4-bit palette support; commercial. (This is an HTML editor. It does not support image-editing.)
  • Drive Rescue [Alexander Grau] (Win32) - all versions? read/write; freeware with source. (This is a file-recovery tool for Windows hard drives, both FAT and NTFS. It recognizes PNG and a number of other common media and archive types, although it is incapable of reconstructing fragmented files. See also Digital Image Recovery above. This product has been discontinued.)
  • Easy Screen Capture [Longfine Software Solutions] (Win32) - all versions? write-only; commercial. (This is just what it says: a screen-capture utility. PNG is one of four supported output formats.)
  • Elastic Reality [Avid] (Win32, Mac PPC, Irix/X) - version 3.0 and later; read/write; full alpha support? commercial. (This is a special-effects tool with warping and morphing features; it supports images up to 64 bits deep.)
  • ESP Print Pro [Easy Software Products] (Unix) - version 4.0(?) and later; read-only; uses libpng and zlib; commercial. (This is a cross-platform printing system that can print various image formats, including PNG, natively.)
  • Eterm [Michael `KainX' Jennings, Tuomo Venäläinen] (Unix/GTK) - all versions; read-only; freeware with source. (This is a VT102 terminal emulator and xterm replacement; it supports PNG background images via Imlib [toolkits page]. It is associated with the Enlightenment project.)
  • EZ Optimizer [CompuDesign] (Win32) - all versions; read/write; commercial. (This is a web tool that 'compresses HTML, batch-optimizes JPEG, and converts images among the GIF, PNG and JPEG formats.' The latter feature includes a facility to track down all references on a site to the old filenames and automatically update them.)
  • FBShot [Stephan Beyer] (Linux/fbcon) - all versions; write-only; requires libpng and zlib; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a screen-capture utility for the Linux frame-buffer device.)
  • file [Ian Darwin, Christos Zoulas] (Unix, OS/2, DOS, etc.) - version 3.18 and later; read-only; freeware with source. (This is a command-line program to determine automatically the type and characteristics of all sorts of file formats, including images and compressed files or archives.)
  • file-insider.com [Jean-Luc Halleux] (WWW/CGI) - all versions; read-only; MNG and JNG support as of 25 October 2002; text support, including compressed chunks; freeware. (This is a site that will print various information [e.g., dimensions, type, embedded comments] about images that are either uploaded or visible via the Web.)
  • FileSnoop [Bruno Sonnino] (Win32) - all versions; read-only; MNG and JNG support; non-redistributable freeware (requires free registration, cookies, JavaScript) with source. (This is a utility to display file contents [e.g., in hexadecimal] and print useful information [e.g., image dimensions].)
  • FilmMagic Pro [InkWell Software] (Mac PPC) - version 3.0 and later; read-only; commercial. (This is a basically a specialized printing system that sends its output to high-resolution film recorders.)
  • Freevo [Krister Lagerström et al.] (Linux/X) - version 1.2.2 and later; read-only; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a PVR/DVR [TiVo-like] application for Linux. It requires a TV tuner card and a relatively fast CPU for real-time video encoding.)
  • fxSCAN [IOSPIRIT] (Amiga) - all versions; read/write; no alpha support; commercial. (This is primarily a scanning/OCR utility, but it also includes some image-manipulation capabilities and the ability to read and/or write [and therefore convert between] selected image formats.)
  • FXTV [Randall Hopper] (BSD/X) - version 1.04 and later; read/write? freeware (BSD?) with source. (This is a TV-in-a-window application for FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD or BSDI. It can do video captures [stills] in PNG format and also can use PNG as an 'intermediate video encoding format.')
  • GMask [Tsuyoshi Furumizo] (Win32) - version 1.70 and later; read/write? transparency support? freeware. (According to the English download page, this is a tool for 'removing masking tiles from JPEG, BMP and PNG files.' Since normal JPEG/JFIF files don't support transparency, it is not clear what kind of 'masking' is involved here. [If it were steganography, presumably it would add them...] A screenshot is available here.)
  • gnubiff [Nicolas Rougier] (Unix/GTK+) - all versions? read-only; alpha support; freeware (GPL) with C++ source. (This is a mail notification program, similar to xbiff. PNG support is in the form of icons, including wide, multipanel ones that are used as animations as of version 1.4.0.)
  • GoLive [Adobe] (Win32, Mac PPC) - version 5.0(?) and later; read-only? commercial. (This is an HTML editor and web-site design package.)
  • Gserver [Gábor Szántó](Win32) - all versions; write-only? MNG support; freeware. (This is a remote-computing / remote-control application, somewhat similar to PC Anywhere. It allows any web browser to view and control the Windows system running Gserver. Screen views apparently are made available as PNG images, video and animations apparently as MNG streams.)
  • HTML Editor++ 98 [CoffeeCup Software] (Win32) - version 5.1 and later; read/write? shareware. (This is an HTML editor with image-conversion to [and from?] PNG via its Image Companion module.)
  • Icon Archiver [Alessandro Montalcini] (Macintosh) - version 2.0 and later; write-only; uses libpng and zlib; shareware. (This is an icon database that lets you export icons in PNG format, among other things.)
  • IDS [John Moose] (anything with a Perl port) - all versions; read-only; requires ImageMagick, libpng and zlib; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a Perl CGI script that 'generates a multi-gallery photo-album web site on the fly.' It automatically creates HTML with JPEG thumbnails of PNG, JPEG and GIF images [rather than using the format of each source image].)
  • Image Server [TrueSpectra] (WinNT/2k/XP, Solaris, Linux) - all versions? read/write? commercial.
  • imghide [Joost Witteveen] (Unix, etc.) - all versions; read/write; requires libpng and zlib; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a steganographic tool; it hides arbitrary data files inside PNG images.)
  • Impressario [Silicon Graphics] (Irix/X) - version 2.1(?) and later; read-only. (This is a printer manager; it supports PNG via the ImageVision Library above.)
  • InDesign [Adobe] (Win32, Mac PPC) - version 1.5(?) and later; read-only? alpha support? commercial. (This is a page layout and design package, similar to QuarkXPress.)
  • InfoChannel IC100 [Scala] (DOS, OS/2, Win32) - all versions; read-only? commercial. (This is a multi-user, multimedia presentation package, supporting graphics, sound, animation, video, transition effects, and so forth. See also Multimedia MM100 below.)
  • Internet Config [Quinn `The Eskimo', Peter N. Lewis et al.] (Macintosh) - version 1.2 and later; assigns type `PNG ' rather than (registered) `PNGf' [supposedly fixed in version 1.4]. (This is a centralized configuration utility to allow one to update the Internet-related preferences of many applications in one place--for example, if the user's e-mail address changes.)
  • IPhotoMinusICC [K. W. Lee] (Win32) - version 1.1 and later; read-only; freeware? (This is a color-correction application that can extract ICC profiles from images and [apparently] download them to some printers for better image reproduction.)
  • Itsbit [Jeroen Reynders] (many) - all versions; write-only; requires libpng and zlib; freeware with C source. (This is a utility to convert the binary representation of an arbitrary file into a PNG image of user-specified width.)
  • Juno [Juno] (Win32) - version 4.0(?) and later; read-only; free adware. (This is an ad-supported e-mail client and/or web browser; it is not known whether either one supports PNG images natively, but the accompanying popup ad server does.)
  • LibSuite [Jan Verhoeven] (Windows 9x/ME) - all versions; read-only; freeware. (This is a 'collection of library programs to keep track of things like: addresses, books, CDs, documents, images and sounds.' PNG support is in the image component, called FotoLib.)
  • Linux / GNU/Linux [various] (Linux) - most versions since 1996; read/write; freeware (GPL/etc.) with C/etc. source. (Every large Linux distribution--Debian, Red Hat/Fedora, Ubuntu, SuSE, Slackware, Gentoo, Mandriva, etc.--and virtually all of the smaller ones have supported PNG natively at both the application level and the OS/library/toolkit level since shortly after libpng was released.)
  • Mac OS X [Apple] (Mac OS X) - version 10.4(?) and later; read-only? commercial. (This is Apple's BSD-based operating system, and its ImageIO framework has supported PNG natively at least since 2006, as does its Safari browser and other OS components.)
  • MainActor [MainConcept] (Win32, OS/2, Linux) - version 2.0 and later; read/write; commercial. (This is a 'multimedia processing package' for editing, composing and sequencing video and animations.)
  • Mapedit [Tom Boutell] (Windows 3.x, Win32, Unix/X, Macintosh) - version 2.0 and later; read-only; shareware. (This is an application for making WWW image maps, either server-side or client-side, out of web pages with embedded images.)
  • MapInfo Professional [MapInfo] (Windows 3.x(?), Win32, Mac PPC(?)) - version 5.5 and later; read-only? commercial. (This is a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mapping and data analysis tool. PNG appears to be supported only as an illustration, not as a mapping layer.)
  • MetaCard [MetaCard] (Unix/X, Win32) - version 2.2 and later; read-only. (This is a multimedia 'card stack' and scripting language similar to Apple's HyperCard; it can import PNG images.)
  • move.cgi [Tetsuro 'techan' Imai] (Perl) - all versions? read-only; MNG support (write-only?); freeware with source. (This is a CGI script that takes a pair of equal-sized PNGs and apparently oscillates them either horizontally or vertically by converting them on the fly to a [nested] looping MNG animation. See also the English page, which isn't updated quite as often.)
  • Morph Man [STOIK Software] (Win32) - all versions? read/write? (This is an image-morphing tool. It takes a start image and an end image and generates the intervening frames.)
  • Mortar [Big Picture Multimedia] (Win32) - version 1.1 and later; read-only. (This is an HTML editor/web-site builder with PNG support in the form of an image-map editor. Write support of some sort is coming in a future release.)
  • MultiMedia MM100/MM200 [Scala] (DOS, OS/2, Windows 3.x, Win32) - all versions; read-only? commercial. (This is a single-user, multimedia presentation package, supporting graphics, sound, animation, video, transition effects, and so forth. See also InfoChannel IC100 above.)
  • NetStock [SplitCycle Computing] (Win32) - version 1.51(?) and later; MNG support in version 1.54 and later; read-only; freeware (includes banner ads). (This is a 'simple little stock and mutual fund Internet quote retrieval program.' It supports PNG and MNG images for the banner ads it shows at the bottom of its window.)
  • NeverLost [Klaus Voigt / Komputer Products of Value] (Win32) - version 2.0 and later; read/write; commercial. (This is a mapping and navigation program; it can read scanned maps in various raster formats and projections and combine them with real-time info from a GPS receiver.)
  • ObjectDock [Stardock] (Windows 2k/XP) - all versions; read-only; freeware. (This is a utility that 'allows you to have a nice animated launchbar/taskbar on your screen that reacts to your mouse when you mouse over it.' That is, the icons under or near the cursor get bigger, much like Apple's task bar in Mac OS X.)
  • OmniPage [ScanSoft] (Win32, Mac OS X) - all versions? write-only? writes invalid zlib streams (and therefore invalid PNGs); commercial. (This is a scanning/OCR utility bundled with many scanners. The zlib/deflate bug, which is evidenced by 'distance too far' errors in decoders based on zlib 1.2.1 and later, has been verified in PNGs written by version 12 and by a possibly older SE version [10?] 'circa 2002.')
  • Online Image-Processing [Rolf Henkel] (WWW/CGI) - all versions? read-only; freeware. (This is a site that does color separations, contouring, segmentation, and other image-processing tasks on images specified by a URL. It appears to write JPEGs in all cases, and images are often [always?] scaled.)
  • Photon Desktop Manager / pdm [QNX Software Systems] (QNX) - version 1.1 and later; read-only; commercial. (This program allows the use of PNG images for desktop backgrounds under the Photon microGUI.)
  • PHPoll [Jesper Juhl] (PHP) - all versions; write-only; requires PHP with gd (and therefore libpng and zlib); freeware with source. (This is a 'simple script for running polls on a web site.' It can display its results as auto-generated PNG graphs.)
  • pngcheck [Alexander Lehmann, Andreas Dilger, Greg Roelofs, and others] (Unix, DOS, OS/2, Win32, Macintosh, Amiga, RISC OS, etc.) - all versions; read/write; MNG and JNG support; stand-alone (requires neither libraries nor graphics capability, although can be linked with zlib for enhanced functionality); freeware (MIT/X11) with C source. (This is the official PNG integrity tester and dumper, with MNG/JNG extensions and optional [but highly recommended] zlib support. It can also be used to search for and optionally extract PNGs embedded in a larger data stream. Versions 2.1.0 and later include pngsplit and png-fix-IDAT-windowsize [both GPL].)
  • pngchunkdesc and pngchunks - see pngtools on the image converters page
  • pnginfo - see pngtools on the image converters page
  • PngSnapShot [Guillaume Dargaud] (Win32) - all versions; write-only; freeware. (This is a screen-capture utility that is designed to be left unattended and to take screen shots at regular intervals.)
  • PNGstat [John Dlugosz] (anything with a Perl port) - all versions; read-only; stand-alone (requires no libraries); freeware with source. (This is a PNG file-info dumper, somewhat similar to file and pngcheck above except written entirely in Perl.)
  • pngtester.cgi [Tetsuro 'techan' Imai] (Perl) - all versions? read-only; MNG and JNG support; freeware with source. (This is a CGI script that tests and dumps the contents of PNG, JNG and MNG images. See also the English page, which isn't updated quite as often.)
  • PocketPixPrint [FieldSoftware] (Windows CE 3.x) - all versions; read-only; commercial. (This is an image-printing program for WinCE 3.x, a.k.a. Pocket PC.)
  • Print Screen Deluxe [Janesway Electronics Software] (Windows 3.x, Win32) - version 3.0(?) and later; write-only. (This is a utility that does exactly what it says: print the screen to a printer or a file.)
  • Pronetha Application Server [Timo Harju] (Win32/Java) - all versions; read-only; freeware for non-commercial use. (This is an 'integrated development, deployment and execution environment' for creating distributed [client-server] applications. The server runs under Windows, but the client can run on any platform with Java 1.4. PNG is supported as a format for icons and application graphics; write support may appear in a later version.)
  • R.A.V.E. [Corel] (Win32, Mac PPC) - version 10(?) and later; read-only; commercial. (This is an animation tool that is included only as part of CorelDRAW, listed on the image editors page. It can import a number of raster formats, including PNG.)
  • RavImageExport [RavWare] (Win32) - all versions? write-only; commercial. (This is an 'Xtra' for Director to allow export of a cast member or the Stage to various file formats.)
  • Reader [Jan Verhoeven] (Windows 9x/ME) - all versions; read-only; freeware. (This is a creator and viewer for electronic books. Input is in HTML format and various image formats, including PNG. It's not clear in what format(s) the result is stored.)
  • RealSlideshow [RealNetworks] (Win32) - version 2.0 and later; read/write; freeware (Basic) or commercial (Plus). (As the name suggests, this is a slideshow program that can incorporate voice annotations and music; it can also convert to PNG.)
  • Remind [David F. Skoll / Roaring Penguin Software] (Unix) - version 3.0.21 and later; write-only; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a reminder and calendar-generation program. It doesn't actually write PNGs, per se, but it uses four of them to show the phases of the moon in generated HTML calendars. It used to include OS/2, DOS and Amiga ports, but these are no longer being maintained.)
  • Repligator [Owen Ransen] (Win32) - version 4.0 and later; read/write; shareware. (This is a special-effects program that takes existing images and modifies them in any of several dozen interesting ways.)
  • Rhapsody [Apple] (Macintosh) - all versions; read/write; commercial. (This was Apple's NeXT-generation operating system [so to speak]. Ali Ozer claimed that PNG would be supported via Rhapsody's NSImage AppKit class, and Clifford Colby reported that PNG support was indeed included in DR1. That appeared to make Rhapsody the first OS to 'ship' with native PNG support, although it's arguable in the case of a developer's release. Unfortunately Rhapsody appears to be mostly dead as of May 1998; the link now redirects to Mac OS X Server.)
  • sanecgi [Thomas Boutell] (Unix/Perl) - all versions; write-only; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a web-browser interface to SANE-compatible scanners; it operates via a Perl CGI script and various helper apps such as the NetPBM suite.)
  • ScreenShot [Beale Street Group] (Mac PPC) - version 2.5(?) and later; write-only; commercial. (This is a screen-capture utility.)
  • ScreenShot2File [ScreenShot2.com] (Win32) - all versions? write-only; commercial. (This is a screen-capture utility. See also ScreenShot2Email, a variant that sends screen captures directly to/through e-mail.)
  • scroll.cgi [Tetsuro 'techan' Imai] (Perl) - all versions? read-only; MNG and JNG support; freeware with source. (This is a CGI script that appears to take a list of still images, including PNG and JNG, and convert them on the fly into a scrolling, looping MNG animation. See also the English page, which isn't updated quite as often.)
  • Shöwboat [rö design] (Win32, BeOS x86) - all versions; read/write; commercial. (This was a photo-album / digital-scrapbook package for combining images, animations and audio. PNG was supported both as an import/export format and as an internal format for file transport. This product has been discontinued. See Conjurer above.)
  • SiteCentral [Knowledge Adventure] (Windows 9x, Mac PPC) - all versions? read/write; binary transparency support; uses LEADTOOLS; commercial. (This is a web-page editor that can import most types of PNG images and optionally can use PNGs in place of GIFs on output.)
  • SmartMorph [MeeSoft] (Win32) - all versions? read/write; MNG support (read/write); freeware. (This is an image-morphing tool. It takes a start image and an end image and generates the intervening frames.)
  • SnagIt [TechSmith] (Win32) - version 4.2.1 and later; read/write; commercial. (This is a utility to 'capture and share anything on your screen.' It goes beyond simple screen-captures, though; it can also perform some editing functions on the captured images (e.g., annotations) and capture web pages, including any inlined images.)
  • Snapz Pro [Ambrosia Software] (Mac 68k/PPC) - version 2.0(?) and later; write-only; commercial. (This is a screen-capture utility with both manual and automatic [movie] modes.)
  • SWiSH [DJJ Holdings] (Win32) - version 2.0(?) and later; read-only; commercial. (This is a Flash animation tool with support for PNG import.)
  • Touch-n-Buy [Touch-N-Buy] (WWW/embedded) - versions since 2004(?); read-only; commercial. (This is an embedded/kiosk-style e-commerce application for touchscreen sales of prepaid phone and gift cards. It uses PNG for most of its images.)
  • Transparent PNG Generator [Stian Grytøyr] (WWW) - all versions; read/write; freeware. (This is an online generator of single-color PNGs with partial transparency; the user can set both the color [in real-time!] and the transparency level, then view the image over various images and with text overlaid, and optionally download the generated image.)
  • txtcut.cgi [Tetsuro 'techan' Imai] (Perl) - all versions? read/write; freeware with source. (This is a CGI script that strips text chunks from a PNG images before serving them to the client browser. See also the English page, which isn't updated quite as often.)
  • UltraSnap [Mediachance] (Win32) - all versions? read/write? shareware. (This is a screen-capture utility with some special-effects capabilities, such as beveling and shadows.)
  • USFlag [Steven Marthouse / vrml3d.com] (Win32, Unix, etc.) - all versions; write-only; requires libpng and zlib; freeware (BSD) with source. (This is a command-line program that generates either bitmaps or VRML models of the US flag at arbitrary scales. PNG is one of the supported bitmap formats [possibly the only one].)
  • VeonStudio [Veon] (Win32) - all versions; read/write? commercial. (This is another multimedia studio package, but geared toward the production of streaming content for the Web. See also VeonPlayer on the viewers page.)
  • vgrabbj [Jens Gecius] (Linux) - version 0.3.0 and later; write-only; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a video-capture application for Linux 2.4.x [or 2.2.x with the USB backport]; like w3cam below, it uses the Video4Linux API to capture video frames and optionally to generate a web page in which to display them. This one was specifically written for the Philips Vesta Pro USB webcam, but it should work with other USB cameras.)
  • VideoMach [Gromada.com](Win32) - version 2.0.0 and later; read-only; uses libpng and zlib; shareware. (This is a multimedia editing tool that supports converting videos to still images and the reverse; adding or extracting audio tracks; converting between formats and standards [e.g., PAL/NTSC]; adding special effects; etc.)
  • VideoteXt [Martin Buck] (Unix/X) - version 0.6.971023 and later; write-only; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a videotext decoder for various PC-based decoder cards; it was written for Linux and has been ported to FreeBSD.)
  • Video Toaster [NewTek] (Win32) - version [2] build 3480i and later; read-only? MNG support; commercial. (This is a well-known video-editing application, originally written for the Amiga.)
  • w3cam [Rasca Gmelch] (Linux) - all versions; write-only; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a video-capture application for Linux 2.x (and up); it uses the Video4Linux API to capture video frames and optionally to generate a web page in which to display them.)
  • Windows [Microsoft] (Windows ME) - version `ME' and later; read-only? commercial. (This is basically version 3 of Windows 98, and its shell supports thumbnailing, zooming, rotating, and printing PNG images, at least when they're stored in the 'My DocumentsMy Pictures' subdirectory/folder. For developers, there are also APIs to load PNG images into programs [e.g., IImagingFactory::CreateImageFromBuffer() and IImagingFactory::CreateImageFromFile()]. The older Windows 98/2000 also have some PNG support, but only via the StretchDIBits and SetDIBitsToDevice functions,only when the device context is a printer device, and only when the printer in question has a supporting driver--i.e., typically only for printers with native PNG support. Given all these restrictions, this was arguably more a case of hardware PNG support than of OS support. See also Testing a Printer for JPEG or PNG Support and Sizing a JPEG or PNG Image.)
  • WinSettings [FileStream] (Win32) - version 3.0 and later; read/write? shareware. (This is a utility to personalize desktop settings, manage potential Internet privacy issues, etc. PNG support is presumably included within the desktop-background module and probably also as part of the screen-capture function.)
  • WumPNG / Dumping [Oliver Fromme] (Windows 3.x, DOS) - all versions; read-only; freeware with source (older DOS version only); 163k. (This is a PNG file dumper, useful for testing PNG images. The source code is in Pascal.)
  • WWWis [Alex Knowles] (anything with a Perl port) - version 1.8 and later; read-only; freeware (GPL) with source. (Based on gifsize by Andrew Tong; previously known as WWWimagesize.)
  • XEmacs [Lucid / University of Illinois / Sun / Amdahl / the XEmacs Team] (Unix/X) - version 19.14 and later; read-only; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a forked version of the infamous editor/browser/OS/kitchen sink.)
  • xine [Günter Bartsch et al.] (Unix/X, Win32, OS/2) - version 0.3.2(?) and later; read-only; requires libpng and zlib; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a movie player with support for DVD, VCD, various QuickTime codecs, etc. PNG is used for skins [among other things?].)
  • XVidCap [Rasca Gmelch] (Unix/X) - version 0.3 and later; write-only; MNG support; freeware (GPL) with source. (This is a screen-capture application for X; it simply grabs rectangular areas of the display and saves them as individual frames on disk, optionally in PNG format, or as MNG animations.)

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