|Release Date||23 August 2010|
|Last Modified||10 December 2017|
A scanner to find images within files. Supports 1, 2, 4, 8bpp and both Big and Little Endian modes. Works with images from multiple systems including NES, SNES, Genesis, Playstation and more.
Simply drag the file you wish to scan onto nana.exe, or run by command line: nana.exe filename
Good tool for finding imagesReviewed By: weissvulf on 09 Dec 2017
Nana is one of the better tools available for locating images inside large files. The controls are intuitive and it works for most non-compressed image formats up to 8bit. Higher color images (16 or 24bit) can be located, but nana will not display them clearly. Since it scans files in ‘real time’ you can instantly see the results when adjust the width or bits-per-pixel.
- Easy to scan through large files looking for graphics.
- Supports most graphic modes used on consoles up to the PS2 era.
- Doesn’t support 16 or 24 bit images.
- Uses a built in random palette so colors are off.
Version 1.3 Recommended - Yes
|Good tool for finding images||weissvulf||09 Dec 2017||1.3||Yes|