JPEGView is a lean, fast and highly configurable viewer/editor for JPEG, BMP, PNG, WEBP, TGA, GIF and TIFF images with a minimal GUI. Basic on-the-fly image processing is provided - allowing adjusting typical parameters as sharpness, color balance, rotation, perspective, contrast and local under-/overexposure.
- Small and fast, uses SSE2 and up to 4 CPU cores
- High quality resampling filter, preserving sharpness of images
- Basic image processing tools can be applied realtime during viewing
- Movie mode to play folder of JPEGs as movie
RED EYE REMOVAL... WHY IS IT NOT INCLUDED IN THE EDITING ?? otherwise.. it is the best picture handler i have come accross Also I agree with petecres..slideshow should have slower option than 5 fps option.. why not start from 1 fps... or enter a number of your choice option for fps slideshow ??
I am a software developper and write my own photo software. I was was using a Microsoft iPicture utility to display jpg photos, however that viewer was never as good as Photoshop or ACDSee's integrated viewers, so I have always been looking for a better viewer that I could integrate into my own code. JPEGView is just what I needed - it's very fast and displays better image quality than Photoshop, which was my reference until now. When you take 6000x4000 pixel photos with a Sony RX1 camera and have to display them on a monitor with 2560x1200 or less resolution you have a problem - you never see the great sharp image you took - until now! The image quality of JPEGView is better than anything I have seen. I can get the source code and integrate it into my work so for me so it's just perfect.
Lean and mean.... Does one thing and does it well.....and without the memory problems of some other apps when ripping through many, many files continuously...... Just two items on my personal wish list: a time setting for continuous display via holding PageDn. ..... When reviewing a couple thousand security cam alert .JPEGs, 5 FPS movie mode is too fast and 1 second between pictures in slide show mode is too slow. ..... That leaves holding the PageDn key, but that's also too fast...... Settings | PageDn Speed (in hundredths or thousandths of a second) would make this app five stars for me. I would probably set it to something like a half or quarter of a second...... The second wish list item is an optional notification and stop when the last image is being viewed - instead of looping around and starting over. Yeah... small potatoes.... but definately a nice-to-have...... the biggie is the time-between-pictures setting for PageDn.
I think I just fell in love with this. It's beautiful, fast and reliable and it has many built-in things that I like really much like settings for contrast and brightness etc. After messing with the settings I can hit CTRL + S and save the processed picture wherever I like. This comes very handy when you have to do just a couple of cosmetic changes to your picture.
Really nice work! Joins image quality and performance. It would be perfect if it had an OpenGL engine.