Honeyview is an extremely fast image viewer supporting various formats.
HoneyView review by Download.hr Team on 31.03.2015
Honeyview can open common image formats including BMP, JPG, GIF, PNG, PSD, DDS, JXR, WebP, J2K, JP2, TGA, TIFF, PCX, PNM, and PPM. RAW formats including DNG, CR2, CRW, NEF, NRW, ORF, RW2, PEF, SR2, RAF, WebP, DDS, PCX, and PNM may also be opened.
The primary window includes a modest navigation panel, which could auto-hide or can be locked in place. It sports alternatives including opening a file, going to next, previous, first or last picture, along with zoom in and out.
It's likely to add, edit or delete bookmarks, create a slideshow by changing photo at a user-input signal number of seconds, randomize their order or repeat them, and add effects (book turning, alpha blending or slide).
You can even rotate images, set them as wallpapers, save, delete or print files, correct the gamma levels, use negative colors, display or hide information for example item name, size, last modified date and time, resolution and zoom percentage. There are a couple of interpolation methods you'll be able to choose from (bilinear, bicubic, lanczos), while you can sharped and smooth photos, customize keyboard shortcuts and mouse input signal, define output directory and tweak file associations.
When an image has GPS information, the location can be viewed on Google Maps. Honeyview supports Sound & Shot files in which images and sound are simultaneously recorded.
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HoneyView highlights and features:
Ultrafast rendering with optimized image processing.
Support for BMP, JPG, GIF, PNG, PSD, DDS, JXR, WebP, J2K, JP2, TGA, TIFF, PCX, PNM, and PPM formats.
Support for RAW image formats including DNG, CR2, CRW, NEF, NRW, ORF, RW2, PEF, SR2, and RAF.
Support for direct view from compressed file formats including ZIP, RAR, 7Z, LZH, TAR, ALZ, and EGG.
Support 'Slideshow' function to show several photos at a specific interval.
'Photo folder' function in which to store any preferred images.
EXIF (Exchangeable image file format) view for image formats.
Direct location view on Google Maps with GPS information contained in photos.
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