is able to view and edit various image formats, including JPEG, BMP, PNG, WEBP
, GIF, TGA, DNG, CR2, CRW, DCR and TIFF.
There are just a few basic buttons and they are automatically hidden when you are not working in the application.
All categories of users can easily make their way through JPEGView’s simple interface.
With JPEGView, you can view images from digital cameras at a high quality level and in full-screen mode and you enjoy basic image editing options. While viewing images, you can adjust contrast, color cast, exposure and others. If you need more advanced editing options, JPEGView is not recommended.
Apart from image formats such as JPEG, BMP, PNG, TIFF and GIFF, JPEGView also supports camera RAW formats.
Other features of JPEGView are fulscreen viewing, multiple CPU cores support, high quality resizing of images, interactive image processing, saving viewing and processing parameters per image, slide show and movie playing capabilities and batch renaming and copying.
Even if JPEGView is more focused on viewing than on editing and it is not one of the most advanced programs, all its features are well-organized and reliable.
Rotation and cropping are lossless; the downsampling filter preserves sharpness; image processing remains functional while playing and it provides real time and full screen image processing. It is also possible to display EXIF information and image histogram. Parameters can be saved in an INI file.
JPEGView is exactly what you need if you want a good reliable image viewer equipped with the most important editing options and performing tasks efficiently, while using low amounts of resources.
Changes in JPEGView 18.104.22.168
* Bugs fixed:
- Prefetching image of correct size in windowed mode - prefetching was actually not working in this situation and thus performance was poor in 1.0.32 in windowed mode.
- Auto-zoom-mode 'Fill with crop': Handling portrait orientation images correctly in all cases
* Other changes:
- Expanding environment variables in user commands and open with commands
- New command available for mapping to a key: IDM_RENAME to rename current file.
- See full list of changes here
The first thing you will notice about JPEGView is its clear-cut, intuitive interface.