Comparison of Image Viewers

Comparison Of Image Viewers

This article presents a comparison of image viewers and image organizers which can be used for image viewing.

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Comparison Of Image Viewers - Features
... Fullscreen slideshow zoom (styles) cache decoded images thumbnails (sizes) thumbnail caching navigation views print sort (schemes) search (criteria) selection (styles) metadata adjust image (fu ... doublepage Yes Fixed, with scroll Thumbnails(of current folder images or archive) No No No No Yes Yes Rotate, Filter Yes configurable Yes Slider, automatic slideshow, mouse ... monitor profile, direct conversion from image colorspace to monitor colorspace, ICC v4) Native 32 and 64-bit, Tethered shooting (MTP/PTP over USB), Multicore-aware ...

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