I haven't played with Adobe AIR much, and thought I'd give it a try. I have a whole bunch of sprites - images that contain many different smaller images all side by side - that I wanted to split up into separate images.
So I decided to use Adobe AIR to solve this simple problem. The WindowedApplication lets you choose an input image file and an output directory. The image is loaded into the window and then you can choose the column width and row height for how you want to split the image up. Alternatively you can specify the number of rows and columns. This will draw a gray grid on top of the input image showing you how the image will be split up.
Click on the images on the right side of the page to see the full size image. The top screenshot shows the input image being split into 6 columns and 4 rows. The middle screenshot shows how the background color can be made transparent. And the bottom example shows the output images.
You can also choose between using the JPEGEncoder or the PNGEncoder (PNG supports transparency). If you choose PNG then you can also optionally choose a color that you want to make transparent (e.g. the background color). You can click on the input image to choose the color you want transparent, or you can use the ColorPicker.
There is a filename prefix textbox too for choosing how you want the output files named. After the prefix a number will be appended (e.g. mario1.png, mario2.png) for each output image. Output images will not overwrite existing images unless you check the Overwrite checkbox.
Feel free to modify for you own use. Because it's an AIR application I've only attached screenshots.
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