BilderHerunterlader is a handy application that allows its users to download images from image host websites.
BilderHerunterlader is written using Java and is available for all major platforms, including Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
Here are some key features of "BilderHerunterlader":
· Selection of files to download
· Files which have already been downloaded are deselected automatically
· Files which have already been downloaded are marked blue, others red
· This is only working if in the settings under download "Save logs" is enabled
· Manual selection of the download directory (for all files)
· Automatic selection of the download directory based on keywords
· Can be activated by enabling "Automatic recognition"
· Recognition is done by title or filenames
· The directory path is marked green, if a keyword was found
· Manual selection of the download-directory by selecting a keyword or directory-selection and change of the filename
· Click with the mouse on a file and rightclick to open the context-menu
· Buttons for fast select or deselect of files
· Button for adding the title to the download-directory-path
· Textfield and a button to add the content of the textfield to the download-directory-path
· Automatical selection of the download-directory by a Irada-Biwi-File
· The file is created by the upload-program Irada
· The file contains the links and the corresponding directory and filename
· If you have a nice directory-structure and you upload all the files to a filehoster, the structure is lost for the people that are downloading the files, because file-hosts only save the original filename (sometimes not even that). With the Irada-Biwi-File it is possible to restore the directory-structure and the original filenames.
· Button for the creation of new keywords
· If there is something selected in the title-textfield, the selection is taken as name and directory for the keyword, but that can still be changed
· Filenames in the download-selection could look ugly, but shortly before the download begins they are mostly changed to a nice one. The reason for that is that for some file-hosts the possibility to retrieve the original filename is only shortly before the download can begin.
· One click will stop files that are waiting for a free slot immediatly, but running downloads will be completed.
· If you click twice also running downloads are stopped immediatly.
· Automatical work off of the downloads in the queue
· Simultaneous Downloads
· Context-Menu for every file
· Change download-directory and filename
· Copy link or open the link in the browser
· Open the referrer-link (Website, which contains the link) in the browser
· Activate and deactivate downloads
· Remove a download from the queue
· Links from HTML-file
· Links from text-file
· Links from a dialog-window
· Import queue from Picnicker
· Import / Export of Downloads
· Downloads can be exported to a text-file and imported again
· Sort of files on the harddisk by using keywords
· Files are treated as normal downloads. But instead of downloading, the files are just moved to the corresponding directory on working of the queue.
· Logging of downloads (Date and time, Link, Directory and filename, Filesize)
· Context-Menu for every file
· Copy link or open link in browser
· Import / Export
· Import log from Picnicker
· Export log to a text-file
· Button to delete all logs
· Only 100 files are displayed in the window, but over buttons you can go throught the logs
· Are used to download files directly to the desired directory
· For every keyword a title can be given and you can define one or more (key)words (seperated by ; )
· A keyword can have an absolute or relative path (relative to the standard-download-directory)
· View can be filtered
· After changes of keywords they must be saved by clicking on the Save-Button, otherwise the changes are lost
· Apply title as keyword
· Apply title as directory
· Apply title as relative directory-name
· Absolute directory-name as relative directory-name
· Keywords from a text-file
· The lines of the text-file must look like that: Title Keywords 'Directory with absolute path' 'Directory with relative path' relative path(true/false)
The individual entries must be separated by tabs.
If you don't want to specify an entrie, you have to write a #.
· Keyword-Database of Picnicker
· Export in a text-file
· With Rules support for unsupported websites / file hosts can be added
· With Host-Plugins support for unsupported websites / file hosts can be added
· Host-Plugins are programmed in Java
· There are different options to customize the behavior of the program for your needs
· Update of the program
· Update of Host-Plugins and Rules
· Can also done automatically on the start of program, but that must be activated in the settings
· Java 5 or later