So we were sat there thinking “isn’t it such a pain to keep re-creating android images for the different DPIs” – well our response is a simple .Net 2.0 application that converts all HDPI images into MDPI and LDPI.
It’s really simple, choose all the images to convert either individually or by folder then select your “res” folder which should contain the different required folders (e.g. drawable-hdpi).
Worried about overwriting files? Well if you aren’t sure if the image already exists there are settings for that too as well as folders.
- Lightweight – less than 1Mb
- Easy to use – no fiddly installation requirements either
- Active development
- Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
- .Net Framework 2.0 or later
- ~1Mb of file space