Html2image Linux is a Audio & Multimedia software developed by Guangming Software. After our trial and test, the software was found to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Html2image Linux: Have you ever wanted a solution for converting html to image on Linux? Html2Image for Linux is a command line tool that can convert html to image on Linux platform.
html2image linux now solves this problem. It is a standalone tool package that can generate raster image from html content. The html page can be on a remote server or local file disk. html2image can convert them into images on the fly.
html2image can convert html to bmp, convert html to png and convert html to jpg. The URL and image file name can be specified on command line paramters, which is useful for batch processing a lot of html files. You can also call the command line program from your favourite programming languages like php or C++ in order to add html to image functionality to your server applications.
You can also control the compression quality of the jpeg image by specifying the quality parameters on command line.
Support 64bit linux now
Convert html to bmp, png, jpg and jpeg on Linux
Support command line parameters
Support jpeg compression quality control
Support saving the whole html page to image without scrollbars.
Support batch convert a lot of url to images
Provide a mini webserver to use html2image in php
Support https and http URL
Support delay capture
Note, if you are looking for a html to image (such as bmp, jpeg, gif, tiff, gif, jpg and png) component on Windows platform, please try our award-winning html snapshot ActiveX, which easily integrated into applications written in languages that support ActiveX Component such as Visual C++, Visual Basic, Delphi, C++ Builder, .Net languages, Java, Scripts like Perl, Php, Python.
Support Red Hat Fedora 5 , Novell SuSE Linux 10.0, Red Hat Fedora 4, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4
Support Xvfb and do html to image in memory. you can download Html2image Linux 2.0.2015.419 free now.