this command line utility was created for the purpose of uploading complete directories to an ftp server. in fact, the last bunch of t@b software releases (since v0.934) at the t@b devel site have been uploaded with this utility.
this command line utility will scan and dump out the structure of a RIFF file (*.wav,*avi,*.mov,*.qt and *.sf2 etc.). i use it primarily to figure out the AVI codec fourCC's of a video stream. i also have used it frequently to get detail information on avi header and wave header structures within avi files.
this command line utility simply scans a directory for windows icons and saves all icons found as png image files with gradient transparency support. it is a cool (command line) icon to png converter. Png are increasingly popular with web designers as replacements for gif (grafic-interchange-failure) files.
tabscc falls into the "free self extracting executable maker" category. tabscc also allows you to specify which file should be launched immediately after the self-extracting executable is done decompressing/unpacking. this "launch" file may be any kind of file, including, but not necessarily an executable file.
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