|Op. System:||Windows XP/2000/98/Me|
|File size:||544 KB|
Publisher description for Imaginate
Imaginate is a tiny image viewer, similar to ACDSee's image viewer but much thinner and only including the most basic and useful features. And it's for free. But, too, there have been introduced some extra features that you may find useful. There is no documentation included in the package (yet). For the moment, I hope the slim features are self-explanatory. The viewer supports the most popular image formats: Bmp, Dib, Rle, Pcx, Pbm, Pgm, Ppm, Tga, Jpeg, Png. I would have liked to include support for Gif (and Tiff), too, but unfortunately they both rely on the LZW compression Algorithm and this algorithm is not available for free. But I think, this is no big thing since Png is intended to make Gif obsolete. Features: Parse one specific directory or parse including subdirectories recursively. Zooming support including a nice, completely fullScreen mode (see fullscreen sample screenshot with information bars and the titlebar-buttons overlapping the image so that the image can use the complete fullscreen area for display) Displaying the image alone or repetative (useful for textures) in high (interpolating) and low quality Displaying ALPHA channels blended into the image or in a separate image Rotation by 90 degrees, Mirroring, Aspect Ration distortion, Gamma adjustment, Inversion 3 kinds of display modes for the several (yet textual-only) information bars including ability to show and hide them During runtime selectable languages english and german File associations support with complete recovery on disabling them or on uninstallation. A popup menu including keyboard shortcuts for fast access to all important features.