A simple and easy-to-use icons packer and extractor.
What can I do with rIconPacker?
Pack/Unpack icon files, load .ico/.icns files and view all contained images, load individual .bmp/.png/.qoi images to create new icons. Select desired platform for automatic icon-sizes template, provide required icons or generate them from loaded sizes.
Create icon poems! Every icon image support up to 47 text characters for embedding. Add icons poems that get exported with the icon/images and share them with your friends.
- Icon template platforms: Windows, macOS, Favicon, Android, iOS
- Pack your icon images into icon files (
- Define custom text data per icon image: icon poems
- Generate missing icon sizes automatically
- Input image formats supported:
- Extract icon images as
- Multiple GUI styles with support for custom ones (
- Command-line support for icons packing and extraction
- Command-line supports configurable image scaling algorithms
- Completely portable (single-file, no-dependencies)
Drag & drop your
.png files to unpack/add the different available image sizes, missing sizes could also be generated (using biggest available size).
Custom image text data can be added per icon image and it will be embedded in the
.png file, useful for copyright data or nice icon-poems.
rIconPacker can be used from its desktop UI application and also from its command-line interface.
F1- Show Help window
F2- Show About window
F3- Show Sponsor window
LCTRL + N- New icon project
LCTRL + O- Open icon/image file (.ico/.icns/.png)
LCTRL + S- Save icon file (.ico/.icns/.png)
LCTRL + E- Export icon/image file(s)
DELETE- Remove selected icon image
LCTRL + G- Generate selected icon image
LCTRL + SPACE- Show icon-poem (if available)
rIconPacker desktop version comes with command-line support for batch conversion. For usage help:
This tool has been created using the following open-source technologies:
- raylib - A simple and easy-to-use library to enjoy videogames programming
- raygui - A simple and easy-to-use immediate-mode-gui library
- rpng - A simple and easy-to-use library to library to manage png chunks
- tinyfiledialogs - File dialogs for desktop platforms
rIconPacker is handmade software, it has been meticulously developed using the C programming language, with great attention put on each line of code written. This approach usually results in highly optimized and efficient code, but it is also more time-consuming and require a higher level of technical skills. The result is great performance and small memory footprint.
rIconpacker is self-contained in a single-executable of about 1 MB, it could fit on a floppy disk.
rIconpacker could be customized on demand for corporate users, if your company needs a custom version, just get in touch: ray[at]raylibtech.com
Issues & Feedback
You can report tool issues and feedback at https://github.com/raylibtech/rtools
The use of
rIconPacker distributed desktop application is subject to the terms and conditions of the
End User License Agreement.
rIconPacker, the user agrees to be bound by the terms of the EULA.
End User License Agreement document for details (EULA.txt).
rIconPacker source code is distributed as open source, licensed under an unmodified zlib/libpng license.
rIconPacker binaries are completely free for anyone willing to compile it directly from sources.
In any case, consider some donation to help the author keep working on useful software development.
Copyright (c) 2018-2023 raylib technologies (@raylibtech) | Ramon Santamaria (@raysan5)
|Updated||2 days ago|
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux, HTML5|
|Release date||Mar 20, 2019|
|Tags||Icons, packer, raygui, raylib, tool|
|Average session||A few minutes|
|Links||Homepage, Twitter, Source code, Steam, LinkedIn|
Click download now to get access to the following files:
- rIconPacker v3.0 published!6 days ago
- rIconPacker v2.2 published!Dec 13, 2022
- rIconPacker v2.0 published!Oct 04, 2022
- rIconPacker v1.5 published!Dec 31, 2021
- rIconPacker Linux version released!Oct 06, 2019
- rIconPacker v1.0 published!Mar 23, 2019
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I can’t seem to get this to work? I drag and drop my png or ico files but nothing happens? Neither for the web app or the windows app OnO.
Hi! The provided .png must match any of the platform supported sizes and the provided .ico must include png images (instead of bmp images). Those could be some reasons for not loading them. In any case, this tool is open source, code could be checked and debugged to see if that’s the issue with the provided files.
Yep, it actually works perfectly when the files have the correct exact resolutions! Tysm for replying, this is a really good tool (love the themes included too!)
Thank you very much! Glad you like it! :)
I have looked for so long to find a simple tool for generating .ico-files! It works great and does what it is supposed to in a simple way.
Thanks for this ;)
Thanks! Glad you like it! 👍😄