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Jayenkai
Created : 22 January 2018
 
System : Windows
Language : Blitz Max

IconResizer 2

Convert icons to mulitple sizes

Windows Download (Source included)
Screenshots
Ever tried making the 180,000 icon sizes that Apple seem to want in every App?

I got so sick of it, I wrote 'An app for that'.
It's since grown to include Screenshot resizing, as well as a bunch of 'Header' or 'Banner' type things.
Unfortunately, since it was part of my Framework, it was all wrapped up with specific files needing to be in a crazy series of folders.
It wouldn't even create OUYA icons, unless you'd already compiled an Android version, something that became really irritating after the 70th compile!!!

Anyhoo...

Today, (22nd Jan 2018) I've rewritten it from scratch, and it seems to run a little smoother.
It's no longer part of my 2015 framework, so is able to be used on it's own, without any silly requirements.

Just add a game logo, your dev icon, a selection of icons and screenshots, then set it to run.

Good luck!

 

Comments


Monday, 22 January 2018, 11:02
GfK
XCode should be the "app for that"!
Monday, 22 January 2018, 11:06
Jayenkai
Also does Android icons, Google Play headers, Gamejolt headers, Steam headers and is very easily expandable.
Xcode would (if it did anything) only do iOS stuff.