It includes features found in no other product, such as sorting by image similarity and location of similar images. Other features include: bit color and bit grayscale support, contact sheets, printed catalogues, a Web Page Wizard, batch image processing, lossless JPEG rotation, watched 'hot' folders, automatic renaming, cataloguing of offline volumes, TWAIN support, and image galleries. The program includes many image editing features, most available in batch as well as interactive mode, including: color adjustment, color depth, color balance, color profile, color replacement, histogram stretching, auto-correction, image stamping text and imagesalpha channel, image combination, image compare, watermarking, built-in and custom image filters, resizing, rotation, turning, mirroring, cropping, and trimming to proportion.
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Note - This problem is not just image files, but video files, and ALL files. Last week I upgraded to Windows 10, and now, regardless of what hard drive, or even if I save new images off the internet, half of the jpegs will not show thumbnails. Furthermore, its filtering to other programs. When I opened photoshop, and the 'open image' box appears, of course it shows the Windows File Explorer dialogue box, and I can't see the thumbnail of half of my images to know which image I want to work from.
FastPictureViewer runs natively on 64 bit and 32 bit Windows 10, Windows 8 and 8. Development and testing is currently hosted on Windows 8. The program also runs on Windows XP SP3 with some limitations but beware that some XP display drivers have quirks that might prevent them to support FastPictureViewer's hardware-accelerated mode: use Windows Vista or later, bit if your system supports it, for best GPU support and optimal performances.