Why spend a lot of extra money on full featured imaging tools when all you really need to do is review your digital images? For a quick and easy way to view just about any major digital image format, look no further than Markosoft's Image Viewer. The Image Viewer provides a detachable thumbnail view as well as slide show and full screen slide show functionality that provides for the optimum viewing experience no matter how you wish to view your digital images.
Void of the excessive and largely useless features of many other digital imaging applications, the Markosoft Image viewer is a low cost and effective alternative for doing just what the name implies...viewing digital images. The Image Viewer includes zoom in and zoom out features and supports all of the most common image file types including the jpeg, jpg, gif, bmp, emf, wmf, and ico file types.
The newest feature of the Image Viewer is the JPEG Resize function. Because high resolution digital cameras often create images that are well over one megabyte in size, it can be very difficult to email digital photos. With this unique resizing feature, the Image Viewer can resize an entire directory of JPEG images to manageable file sizes that are much more suitable for emailing. And, the newly resized images can be saved to a separate directory so that your original images are unaffected by the changes.
Don't waste a lot of extra money on imaging features that you will never use. Instead, consider the Markosoft Image Viewer for your digital image viewing needs. With the Image Viewer, you get all of the features that are important to the primary task at hand--quickly and easily viewing your digital images.
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Platform: Win2000,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Win98,WinVista,WinVista x64,WinXP
Link to Image Viewer sample code
License: Free To Try
Date Added: Oct 30, 2006
Last check for an update: May 27, 2017
Last version date: Oct 01, 2003
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