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Intro : XnView (Freeware Image Viewer)
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/22/2005 01:22:00 PM.

XnView is a utility for viewing and converting graphic files.

It has the features :

- Import about 400 graphic file formats
- Export about 50 graphic file formats
- Multipage TIFF, Animated GIF, Animated ICO support
- IPTC, EXIF
- Resize
- Copy/Cut/Crop
- Adjust brigthness, contrast...
- Modify number of colors
- Apply filters (blur, average, emboss, ...)
- Apply effects (lens, wave, ...)
- Fullscreen mode
- Slide show
- Picture browser
- Batch convert
- Thumbnail create
- Screen capture
- Contact Sheet create
- Multi-page file create (TIFF, DCX, LDF)
- TWAIN support (Windows only)
- Print support (Windows only)
- Drag & Drop support (Windows only)
- 44 languages support (Windows only)

Download: XnView


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