Features

Image Viewing

  • supports the most common image formats including RAW (see table below)
  • fast thumbnail preview (Screenshot)
  • zoomable grid preview of thumbnails
  • display exif information (Screenshot)
  • framless view (Screenshot)
  • change transparency of windows (Screenshot)
  • display overview/histogram/file info (Screenshot)
  • file filtering/searching/sorting
  • improved anti-aliasing (cool for displaying highly textured images)
  • hide menubar and toolbar
  • slideshow
    • image information (e.g. date created)
    • play/pause with user defined time interval
    • adjustable background color

Image Editing

  • crop images (Screenshot)
  • resize images (Screenshot)
  • pseudo color function (Screenshot)
  • color adjustments (brightness/contrast/saturation …)
  • multi page TIFF export (Screenshot)
  • rotate images
  • drag and drop images
  • automatically save screenshots
  • delete/rename images
  • create mosaic image (Howto)
  • set wallpaper (windows only)

Viewer Synchronization

  • synchronize multiple instances (Screenshot) (Howto)
    • synchronized zooming
    • synchronized panning
    • synchronized next/previous file
    • overlay of two or more instances (with changing opacity)
    • arrange synchronized instances
  • synchronize multiple instances in the LAN (Howto)
    • synchronized zooming
    • synchronized panning
    • images can be sent over LAN connection
File Extension Read Write Comment
jpg x x
png x x
tif x x including Multi Page
bmp x x
ppm x x
xbm x x
xpm x x
jpeg2000 x x not on WinXP
webp x x
gif x
ico x no scales
pbm x
pgm x
nef x
crw x
cr2 x
arw x
mrw x
rw2 x
dng x
mpo x just main image is displayed
jps x
pns x
psd x
psb x
tga x

8 thoughts on “Features

  1. I really like this application. I searched a long time something like this with windows and linux support. Just one question is it possible to view Gimps xcf-Files?

    • Hi,

      thanks for pointing this out. NRW is already supported. It is not added to the default extensions yet. You can add it File > Add Image Format – then drop an NRW file in the dialog. We will add it to the default extensions with the next release.
      if you want to set nomacs as default app for NRW files, you can open Edit > Settings > File Filters and then check the ‘register’ box there (after you have added the image extension).

      regards,
      markus

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