My .NET Framework 2.0 port is done so that you can run (something like) this on Windows platforms. It's written in C#, and supports sepialising the following file types: BMP, JPEG, PNG, GIF, TIF, WMF, and EMF (i.e. everything that GDI+ supports). It should run without problems on Windows 2000 and higher; 98 and ME users might need to install it manually.
To use the .NET version of Sepialise Me, you will need to go download the .NET Framework 2.0
or higher if you haven't already or haven't received it through Windows Update. Windows Vista users do not need to download the .NET Framework, as it comes included with Vista.
You can download Sepialise Me binaries here
(2kb). To install, extract the contents of the ZIP file and double-click [tt]install[/tt] or [tt]install.cmd[/tt]. The source of sepialise.cs is available here
if you want to play around with it.
My version of Sepialise Me is a bit different from Antony's in a few ways. First off, rather than using a drag-and-drop, you only need to select the file(s) you want, then right-click and hit Sepialise Me, as shown below:
It saves files in the JPEG format in the same folder and appends "_sepia" at the end of the filename. For those interested Sepialise Me installs itself on your %PATH%, so you can run it using [tt]sepialise[/tt] in batch files or on a command line. Using this method it should run on Windows 98/ME as well as other operating systems using the free Mono framework
On average I've found this to be pretty fast - it processes a folder full of sixteen 640x480 JPEG images in roughly a second and a half on my machine. Feel free to share your results.
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