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The Rasterbator creates rasterized versions of images - for Windows Systems


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The Rasterbator is an application which creates rasterized versions of images. The rasterized images can be printed and assembled into enormous (or smaller, if you prefer) posters. Enter the online Rasterbation Gallery to see what the images look like.

The Rasterbator originated as a web application at, but it has gained so much popularity that the web server occassionally cannot handle the load and a standalone version was in place.

The standalone version is the same as the web version, except that downloading images from the web and image cropping are not supported, and you have to set the output size numerically (number of pages wide/high) rather than using a fancy drag handle. The results are exactly the same.

 The application requires .NET Framework 1.1.To print the posters, you need a pdf reader such as Adobe Reader. The application might also work with .NET Framework 1.0 (comes with Windows XP) and Mono (available for many platforms, such as Linux or Mac), but the compatibility has not been tested. If you manage to run it on Linux or Mac, please tell me!

The Rasterbator uses iTextSharp and SharpZipLib libraries. These are included in the file.


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