Precision Image Digitizer Publisher's description
from Michael Robinson
Trace & Record the Coordinates of Your Selected Points in a Graphics Image File
Precision Image Digitizer - Trace & record the coordinates of your selected points in a JPG, GIF, or BMP. Point and click on the points in the image that you would like to record. The coordinates are displayed on the screen as you click them and they can then be exported to an ASCII text file, exported to an AutoCad DXF file, or printed. These files can then be imported into any other program capable of reading in text files or DXF files. You can also use the Windows clipboard to copy and paste images into and out of the program. The point coordinates are measured in pixels from the zero location (0, 0) at the lower left of the image. The horizontal axis is X, the vertical axis is y. You can assign a scale factor to the coordinates so the numbers on the bottom of the screen are displayed in real units such as inches. Setting the scale factor is very easy. Just click on two points on the image where you know the distance between the points. 32 bit - Runs on Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, and XP. The price of this program is just $20 (Twenty US Dollars). You can pay by PayPal or mail a check. The purchased version has the ability to save and print files. The program works fine even if you do not pay for it. There is no time limit. It will run forever. There are no nag screens. It contains no spyware, no advertising.
What's New in This Release:Import and plot coordinate text file
Program Release Status: Major Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall