Image viewer, editor, and converter. PMView supports saving and loading of more than 40 different file formats, including JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, and PhotoCD. Automatic thumbnailing, thumbnail image browsing, screen capture utility, classic TWAIN 32-bit and new TWAIN 64-bit interface for scanners, image filtering, and more. User customizable QuickScripts allow PMView Pro to remember settings and make everyday conversion tasks simpler.
PMView allows for printing an image using multiple sheets of paper, enabling the user to print out a huge poster using standard letter sized paper and gluing the parts together. In addition PMView is faster, smaller, and lighter on system resources than other leading image viewers.
Access EXIF Image Information
With the new PMView Pro, you can get instant access to all of the EXIF (Exchangable Image Format) file information stored in your digital images. Most of the top digital camera manufacturers save this information to your images, adding a wealth of information to your images.
Notice that simply selecting a new image in the File Open Dialog updates the File Information window with all of the EXIF data stored in that image.
Accessing EXIF information can help you determine which images you want to keep or delete without ever opening the image itself.
Quick access to powerful tools! With the new Convert option in both the main File menu as well as the File Open Window's popup menus, you can easily select one or more images and convert them to a different format without ever opening those images.
Find yourself making the same changes over and over? Another new addition to the File Open Container's popup dialog is the QuickScript option.
You can setup your own QuickScripts to perform just about any task on any number of images. Need to rotate an entire batch of photos by 90 degrees? Just select them and use your Rotate QuickScript!
Confirm File Replace Dialog
With the new convert options and 'Copy/Move To...' options, a new Confirm File Replace dialog alerts you before you overwrite any previously saved images, even offering thumbnails of the two images. Don't worry if the thumbnails look a little blurry, the entire dialog is resizable so you can maximize to full screen for a side by side comparison of the two images.
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