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Universal AIR XML Generator for Slideshows and Galleries launched

Do you have XML slideshows, galleries or banner rotators installed on your customer’s sites and they keep calling you to change images and update the description texts? If you do, then each time the customer wants to change the content of the slideshow you probably need to resize a batch of images at several sizes and manually update the XML file with the new images and their description/content. Time consuming, isn’t it? Well, we have good news!

With Universal AIR XML Generator you can rapidly and effortlessly create or update the XML, images and texts for your slideshows, galleries and banner rotators. It crops or scales all at once the images for thumbnails, full screen preview or default view, then automatically generates the XML for each image and uploads everything to the production server via FTP.

Universal AIR XML Generator use case

Main Features

  • generates any XML format, including in-house developed slideshows, galleries or banner rotators (and works on the fly with the embedded templates for CU3ER, XML Flash Slideshow, slideshow, SlideShow Box, SlideShowPro and PhotoSlide, PhotoWallFX, Polaroid Gallery and Scrolling Gallery from
  • does multiple image resizes at once for all the image dimensions you need: thumbnails, medium size, full size, full screen preview, etc
  • works with PNG, JPG or GIF and you can preserve or change the image format

Even more, watch the video tutorials to see how easy is to use – you can even give it to your customer to make the content changes himself as it also comes with automatic FTP upload for the resized images and the updated XML file.

Download and try the product here!

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