Tilen allows you to break large image files into smaller tiles, which are easier for computers to process and display.
This demo version is fully functional - tile images will be stamped with "Tilen Demo."
Tilen is perfect for web, graphic and software developers who need to work with such large images, but need only to see pieces of them at a time.
Tilen is really easy to use. Simply select the image you'd like to break into tiles, set the width, height and format of the tile images, and click Save! Tilen will save the tiles into a folder of your choosing, with an easy to understand naming convention of based on the horizontal and vertical coordinates of each tile.
For example, a tile named x14y2.jpg would be 14th column, 2nd row tile. Simple! Tilen even lets you pick a custom extension, to hide the identity of your tile images for use in software packages and such. The logical naming convention allows effortless integration into your programming projects.
Tilen can save tiles in JPEG, PSD, BMP, PNG, TARGA, or SGI formats.
Full Mac and PC versions available at Beaix's website.