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1)   SfImageResize
SfImageResize is a image edting software that supports PNG, GIF and JPEG formats. Using this program you can resize images to any desired proportions.
  2)   Display Binary Image Data From a Database on a Web Page
This tutorial clearly describes you about how to get the images from the database and displays it on the web pages. This tutorial explains the response.binaryobject method of ASP.
  3)   TIFF Image Server for IIS
It is an online webbased program that helps the user in delivering documents as images over the internet. It can convert TIFF images to PDF versions.
  4)   Mxmania ASP Upload Script
ASP Upload Script will resize and upload pictures and images as well as display them.
  5)   pulsesoft.ic
pulsesoft.ic is a simple and effective online image manipulation software written in ASP with MMX optimization. With this program you would be able to scale and blend colours for your images with water marks.
  6)   NZ Simple Photo Catalog
NZ Simple Photo Catalog is a source code that can be installed in the users website to create a photo gallery. This tool lists all the photos and their description from a specified directory and the user can view any selected photo.
  7)   picME
picME is a program built on ASP which can be used by the users to create images on their websites. One can use it to create images for 'what picture is this' type web based games.
  8)   My Photo Album
My Photo Album is a photo album with ASP source code in which the user can store all their photos in it and also they can retrieve the photos from it whenener they need.
  9)   ActiveBitmapSize II
ActiveBitmapSize II is a powerful image manipulation software through which you can find out exact pixel and byte size, geometry for the images.
  10)   Online Photo Album (XML Version)
This build is Salman's fourth release of the online album. The current version does not require FSO (FIle System Object) from your host provider.