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This program takes a file with embedded jpeg images, and extracts them to an output folder of your choice.
Example of how to run (from the command line):
java -jar JPEGExtractor_1.0.jar myslideshow.exe ./output
This example will extract all the jpgs found in myslideshow.exe and write them to the "output" folder in the
current directory. You could also use a full path to the output folder (such as c:\jpegextractor\outputfolder)
The files will be numbered sequentially from 1.jpg, 2.jpg, etc until all jpgs have been extracted.
The output folder will be created if it does not exist. Any files in the output folder with the same names
(1.jpg, 2,jpg, etc) will be overwritten without prompting).
The author (me) takes no responsibility for how you use this program. Please respect the terms of any agreements
you have entered for the image data.
You must have Java installed to use this program. If you type "java -version" at the command line and get
an error, then go to sun.java.com and download and install the Java Runtime Environment (JRE).