|Op. System:||Windows 2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT|
|File size:||1.82 MB|
Publisher description for ImageDiff
If you have ever wanted to know the differences between two images, imageDiff is the answer. There are a lot of tools out there for comparing text, whether it be source code files or office documents, but until Now there hasn't been a good way to compare images. With imageDiff you can: -Compare two images and see exactly what has changed, down to the pixel. -Compare images in different formats with each other, including JPG, GIF, BMP, TIF, PNG and more. -Compare images of different sizes, imageDiff will scale and compare them automatically. -Choose between four different visualization filters to Highlight differences the way you want. -Overlay the original image to see exactly where changes have occurred. -Report the percent of pixel and color change, a great way to see the effects of image compression. -Adjust the comparison tolerance to ignore, or allow for, compression noise and Artifacts. -Switch between larger thumbnail views of the images to evaluate changes for yourself. -Save the comparison image for reference or to be able to show others the image changes. -Use the full-featured command line to run imageDiff from a script or plug it into other programs. -Configure imageDiff as your Default comparison program and set up a passthrough program so that non-image files are passed to a traditional text differ.