In other words, you can load your standard font files, edit them and export the desired subset to one of the following formats: SVG, WOFF or EOT.
Simple and fast font browser and viewer
You just have to drag and drop your OTF and TTF font files onto FontPrep’s main window and wait for the app to analyze your fonts. When the list with all your files is generated, you can easily browse it and preview your fonts by simply clicking on one of the font entries.
Generate your own webfont packs
Hovering the mouse over a letter from the font preview panel allows you to copy the selected character along with its numeric entity reference. The “Export” slide menu helps you add the selected font to the export group, create a webfont pack, a custom subset or convert the font file to the TTF, OTF, WOFF, EOT, SVG or CSS format.
Create your own custom fonts
By using FontPrep, you can also trim down a font with thousands of characters and create a font with as many glyphs you might need. The subsetter helps you extract a certain character set like Cyryllic, Greek or Latin and you can even create your own custom range.
Preview your fonts using a local production-like web interface
What is more, FontPrep features a local webserver, called FontPrep Playground, that runs on port 7500 and which allows you to preview how your fonts will look like in production.
FontPrep Playground helps you preview each individual character and change the font size along with the color. Moreover, the auto-hinting function ensures that your webfonts will look amazing regardless of the platform and web browser used to view them.
Reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on March 18th, 2014
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- Fixed an issue where the app wasn't able to load the font library
Application descriptionFontPrep takes your TTF and OTF font files and generates all of the respective font-formats for the web: WOFF, EOT, an...