Image Viewer

The Image viewer supports a multitude of image and photo formats. The viewer also provides a comprehensive printing feature, plus an image converter, and even a batch converter.

View photos and images

After an image is loaded, you can adjust its zoom level, view other images in the same file folder, or flip through pages if it is a multi-page image, for example, a Tiff image file.

Zoom

The Zoom controls are located on the right part of the toolbar:

  • Zoom-in/out: use the Zoom-in or out button to enlarge or reduce the zoom level of the image display. The current zoom percentage settings is displayed on the Zoom level combo control
  • Zoom level combo control: shows the current zoom level setting, along with quick access to all other Zoom functions
  • Actual Size: displays the image file in its original resolution and thus sets the zoom level to be at 100%
  • Fit Image: shows the image by utilizing the maximum area allowed by the viewer window, using either fit-width or fit-height

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Rotate

The Rotate function always rotates the display of the current image by 90 degrees clockwise. Note: display rotation doesn’t alter the original image content. You need an image editor to actually rotate AND save the changes.

View images in a folder

When you have a folder with multiple images, opening one of the images and then use the Left/Right key to browse images or photos sequentially without having to through the Open File routine. You can also click the “<” or “>” buttons located at the lower-right corner of the Image viewer to view different files in same folder.

View pages in an image

When an image contains multiple pages, use the page control button, ie. the chevron buttons () to traverse through the pages. 

Print photos and images

The photo printing function offers six templates with most popular photo printout sizes, be it 4×6, 3.5×5, wallet, or even in full-page mode.

  • Printer and settings: select the printer for the printing job. Use “Change Printer Settings…” to configure printer options, including paper size, orientation, color settings, printing quality etc.
  • Copies: sets the number of copies for the current image
  • Print Templates: the print templates are designed to produce five of the most popular photo printout formats, including wallet size, 4×6, 3.5×5, 5×7, and 8×10, while the Full-Page template allows you to print a single photo on any photo paper size set by your printer
  • Print Options
    • Crop image to fit: maximize the printing area by crop width or height of an image so that the entire photo paper is filled with image content
    • Rotate image to fit: maximize the printing area by rotating the image so that the entire photo paper is filled with image content
    • Show printer margin: only for the purpose of preview, the margin of the printer is illustrated with dotted lines to give you the idea of where they are. These lines will not be printed out as an output.

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Convert photos and images

The Image viewer provides two image conversion functions: 

Single image conversion

  • Open an image for conversion, and click Convert > Convert File Format… to launch the single conversion dialog box.
  • Select the image file format for the converted file: the choices are BMP, PNG, Jpeg, Tiff, or Gif
  • Select the destination folder and set the file name for the converted image file.
  • Click the Save button to convert the image

Batch conversion

The batch conversion function is a powerful feature for conversion a collection of images stored in a folder, with support for child-folders and all nested sub-folders.

  • Click Convert > Batch Convert File Format…
  • Select the source folder, in which all images are stored
  • Select the destination folder, where you would like to save the converted files
  • Set options for conversion:
    • To include all child-folders or just stay at the folder level
    • To mirror the source folder structure or not
    • Select the image format for conversion
    • How to deal with duplicate file names in the destination folder
  • Click the Start Conversion button when you are ready

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