The world’s first photo and 3Dstereo image viewer that makes use of your vga card's hardware capabilities which enables you for the first time on PC to apply image effects and control their intensity dynamically by mouse wheel or keyboard.
Description: The world’s first photo and 3Dstereo image viewer that makes use of your vga card's hardware capabilities which enables you for the first time on PC to apply image effects and control their intensity dynamically by mouse wheel or keyboard.
The following are some samples of Aurelio's unique features:
-Dazzling image effects.
By using very advanced technologies of your computer's hardware Aurelio can produce image effects at light speed , so you can precisely adjust the effect by mouse wheel or keyboard to exactly match your taste like you do with the normal T.V.
Turn your photos into attractive art drawings with a click of the mouse and control the intensity of the drawing lines by your mouse wheel.
-Free zoom with mouse movement.
Are you tired of the same zoom options provided by almost all image viewers? Instead of choosing between a pre defined zoom factors (like 200% , 300% ..etc) Aurelio can make you control the zoom factor smoothly and precisely . watch your images shrink and enlarge as you move your mouse so you can quickly specify the exact zoom factor you need which is only made possible by using your vga card hardware.
-Distortion free zoom in and zoom out.
Aurelio adds the quality to its' ultra fast zoom by using a special aspects of your vga card hardware to make your zoom also distortion free , so unlike other image viewers Aurelio prevents the usual artifacts and defects resulting from the zoom maintaining your images' quality at its' best.
-Auto screen resolution adjustment to match image resolution.
Normally the Windows sets your monitor to a constant display accuracy (Resolution) Which is too big to display small images and too little to display large images Aurelio has an advanced technique that reads your image dimensions then adjusts your monitor to the most suitable resolution for every image before displaying it.