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Paul's Graphic Viewer is an inexpensive, high speed 32 and 64 bit Windows graphics viewing and processing program. It is designed for fast processing and contains many functions only found in far more expensive programs.
64 bit PGV is now available.
Paul's Graphics Viewer is capable of displaying the files in various sizes and variable aspect ratios (changed by dragging the corner of the image).
Arguments may be passed in to the program to allow linking with other programs or controlling from commands within batch files. This is the currently supported version and is designed for Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8 and 10.
PGV 64 bit:
PGV 32 bit:
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Drag n Drop implemented
Insert a Second Image
Generate MPEG files
Add text to image
Create Collage Sheet
Create Animated GIF
Decompose Animated GIF
Send file by email
Red eye reduction
Single instance working
Lossless JPEG Cropping
Arbitrary angle rotation
Lossless JPEG Transforms
Crop Aspect Ratio
Wheel Mouse control
Digital Camera Info
16 levels of undo and redo
Write Image to Wallpaper
Fast load and exit
Image to Icon Converter
Controllable from a file list
GIF and Cursor Animation
And much more
ZTreeWin plus PGV on CDROM for just USD $49.00!
Manpwin also uses Perturbation Theory
and multi-threading for fast and deep zooming.
Manpwin is a free program based loosely on FRACTINT but is a full 32/64 bit program with true colour support.
MANPWIN now offers direct creation of animated GIF and MPEG files. Several new fractals have been added.
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