PixVeew 2.6

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Fast and simple picture viewer and contact sheet printing application.
3.5 
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74 votes
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PixVeew is a simple application designed to help you view image files. With this tool, your photo collection will be displayed conveniently in a separate window that supports size-related adjustments for a better viewing experience.

The utility comes with a straightforward, clean, and intuitive interface. All functions are accessible from the main window, as there aren't any hidden menus to discover or any complicated settings to configure. All you need to do is load the image files you want to view, enable some display-related setup adjustments, and start the viewing session.

Adding files is done either by drag-and-drop or by searching for images from within the program. Once the images are loaded, you have the chance to see useful information about each item, such as the file size and the number of megapixels. You can view your photos both by flipping manually through the imported files and by enabling the slideshow mode. The application gives you the ability to set the time between slides and to display the photos within a loop. The image collection will be rendered in a separate window, which can be enlarged or drawn in according to your needs simply by dragging the window's edges with the mouse. Unfortunately, when opening one file at a time manually, the preview window doesn't remember the dimensions you set previously – it just opens at its standard size, so having to resize the window every time a photo is displayed can become quite annoying. more

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Pros

  • Displays photos in slideshow mode
  • Resizable preview
  • Ability to set the time between slides
  • Can move unwanted images to Trash
  • Displays the file size and the number of megapixels

Cons

  • Supports only three image formats
  • You need to adjust the rendering window for each image

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