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
Hi, do you anticipate moving this program to have better touch interface support? Hopefully you'll convert this to UWP with either Centennial Bridge or a redesign. I think the Hamburger Menu/toolbar on the Lefthand side would make it easier to access the ocean of options in the Right Click menu. Lots of options, love that. Fan of the single window mode for simply viewing new photos. I usually tag and edit with Capture One, but JPEGView is so fast.
I use JPEGView as my first program to quick sort my pictures fresh from the camera and make some basic edition, crop, resize, rotation... I have not found anything that simple and that effective to do so in Windows! It is possible to add some more key combinations in order to access functions without going through the menu by editing the KeyMap.txt file (well described in the "Readme" file.) I just needed to add a line with "Ctrl+G IDM_CHANGESIZE" to the file in order to go strait to the "Transform image>Change size" pop-up window. A very good piece of software!
Have been looking for an open source image viewer for awhile to replace ACDSee. This comes close to the speed of ACDSee and works very well as a simple viewer. Being able to customize the interface (keyboard mapping and program behavior) makes this a very useful viewer. It would be nice if the pixel size of the image could be displayed in the window title.
Very fast viewer with basic features like "Crop", "Resize" and "Rotate" (also lossless for JPEGs). Perfect for people like me, who don't need a big GUI or toolbar to open images. It is just incredible fast, even on slow systems.
This is everything I would want from a image viewer. It's simple, minimal and has a good feature set. The only two problems I have is the nav bar, I personally disabled it. I found it took too long to hide, and all its functions could be performed through the right click menu. Some bitmap images don't render correctly, A few that I took with a mod in GTA San Andreas, render with discolouration all over the image.