For those readers who prefer XnView over Irfanview, here is an older post (April, 2008), which reviews this graphics editor. XnView is a free utility for viewing graphic files, and the simple and easy conversion of those files.
Having XnView installed on your system allows you to resize, crop, correct red eye, flip, rotate, and carry out a wide variety of image adjustments, including brightness, contrast, and gamma.
With XnView you can import more than 400 graphic file formats then convert them to other formats such as GIF, BMP, JPG, PNG, multi page TIFF. As well, you can export more than 50 graphic file formats.
The Image viewer (Browser) resembles the very familiar Windows Explorer. You simply navigate the directory structure and any image files found in a directory, are displayed in miniature (Thumbnails). This gives you an overview of the images available and at the same time lets you rapidly view and select specific images.
XnView doesn’t stop there however; it also provides you with more advanced features such as Web page creation, contact prints, multiple conversion (format and transformation), slide shows, screen capturing and twain support for scanners and digital cameras.
· Import over 400 graphic file formats
· Export over 50 graphic file formats
· Multipage TIFF, Animated GIF, Animated ICO support
· IPTC, EXIF
· Adjust brightness, contrast…
· Modify number of colors
· Apply filters (blur, average, emboss …)
· Apply effects (lens, wave …)
· Full screen mode
· Slide show
· Picture browser
· Batch convert
· Thumbnail create
· Screen capture
· Contact Sheet create
· Multi-page file create (TIFF, DCX, LDF)
· TWAIN support
· Print support
· Drag & Drop support
· 44 languages support
System requirements: Windows XP/2003 Server/Vista
Download at: Download.com
One response to “XnView – An Irfanview Competitor?”
XN VIEW: Good
IRFANVIEW: TOO SLOW