AyeView isnt a too loud or pretentious program. It is just a high-quality, high-convenience and high-usefulness one. AyeView is just an image viewer. And as an image viewer, it meets well any highest requirements.
The software is really fast. Even in huge folders with images, it loads as a flicker and shows you a multitude of thumbnails you can select to view. By a single click of the mouse, you can start viewing those images in the one-by-one mode or initialize a dynamic slideshow (all slideshow parameters are easily adjustable). Zoom in and zoom out, easy print while previewing ? all of those features are just «in the right spots».
Not only you can view your images, you can also change them in the same one-click manner: rotate, flip, mirror, negative (invert colors) and resize; and also change the image file format while saving the results.
The software is totally omnivorous: generally, all well-known image formats (from JPG-GIF-PNG and up to cursors, metafiles and exotics like G3F) can be read and viewed with this software; most of them can also suite as target format for saving.
Some small goodies in the user interface are the final cut: explorer-like picture browser, «recently viewed» list for quick opening of files, extended image information in hints and overall slick and easy appearance.
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