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NCollector Studio

NCollector Studio is a universal tool for extracting content from the internet.

NCollector StudioOverview

NCollector Studio is complete rewrite of the popular WebRipper-application, and is aimed at home-users and professionals needing to download full websites or parts of them.

The application suite consist of a highly user-friendly Windows-application, and a high-performance command-line tool with the same functionality.

Use the offlinebrowse-mode to download a website for browsing when an internet connection is not available, or simply archive a fully functional snapshot of a site for a given time. Useful for making the web available when e.g. on an airplane.

The mirror-mode allows e.g. webmasters to backup a website preserving the exact structure of the original.

Individual file-types like photos, videos or documents can be downloaded using the filerip-mode.

Advanced filtering options allows a high level of project-customization to download only the interesting parts of a site. Crawled links can be limited using keywords, and files can be restricted by size or dimensions.

NEW

Fixed some bugs.

NCollector StudioInformation

Version
1.12
Date
04.13.10
License
Trial
Language
English
File Size
3.16MB
Operating Systems
Windows XP, 2000, 98
System Requirements
No additional system requirements.
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