JPEGView - Image Viewer and Editor Icon

Lean and fast image viewer with minimal GUI

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  • gl4692
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    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 ??

    Posted 02/22/2015
  • petecress
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    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.

    Posted 12/26/2014
  • ahriman009
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    Thank you for labor; this app is fastest,quality, small,quite simply, using and functional but not support printing document. This program is latest version added please printing documents. I wish you success. Thanks again. Best Regards.

    Posted 07/08/2014
  • darrylmg
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    This tool is great if you have to write a lot of technical documentation with screenshots. I use a screenshot tool to auto-save the image files, then when writing the documents I use JPEGView to cycle through the screenshots in order, then simply right click to copy to clipboard. Much easier than opening in Ms Paint to touch up and copy to clipboard. This tool is very fast and has a nice simple interface.

    Posted 08/29/2013