View Poll Results: What software do you USUALLY use to view your digital photos?

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  • ACDSee

    88 34.65%
  • CompuPic

    3 1.18%
  • ThumbsPlus

    1 0.39%
  • Windows XP Built-in Image Viewer

    56 22.05%
  • iPhoto

    14 5.51%
  • NikonView (and the Canon, Oly, etc equivalent)

    19 7.48%
  • Photoshop 7 File Browser

    15 5.91%
  • IrfanView

    34 13.39%
  • Paintshop Pro File Browser

    3 1.18%
  • Others

    21 8.27%
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    Exif Image Viewer is also a good one, lots of details about the taken image. and its also free.

    http://home.pacbell.net/michal_k/

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    I am using Digital Photo Librarian Image Editor.
    It's freeware, it's easy to use and has features that IRfanview doesn't has - auto adjust image ( great for newbie) and histogram!.

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    I thought the XP rotation is lossless ? I enabled the message but still don't see any msg when I rotate. I thought it just add a rotation tag in the JPEG and no actual data manipulation.

    BTW, I like the EXIF browser. I use PaintShop Pro and my only complaint is that it does not support EXIF
    Last edited by Green Baron; 10th January 2003 at 12:01 PM.

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    I use ACDSee 5.0. I think that is the best image browser and management software around. Unfortunately, it is prone to hand my computer. Does anybody have that problem too?

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    ACDSee
    Why? No support for RAW files. I emailed their dev team to ask about this. They said they will support RAW 'in a future version'. Couldn't even indicate when that would be. I mean they just release new version with a bunch of useless new features and don't even try to put something useful like RAW support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Royce
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    Why? No support for RAW files. I emailed their dev team to ask about this. They said they will support RAW 'in a future version'. Couldn't even indicate when that would be. I mean they just release new version with a bunch of useless new features and don't even try to put something useful like RAW support.
    There are just too many different raw files format ........

    Btw, I am using something that is not listed ....... Just downloaded a Canon 10D raw format source, not written by canon, and complie it onto Gimp .... Now my Gimp can edit RAW format directly .... hurray !!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blurblock
    There are just too many different raw files format ........

    Btw, I am using something that is not listed ....... Just downloaded a Canon 10D raw format source, not written by canon, and complie it onto Gimp .... Now my Gimp can edit RAW format directly .... hurray !!!!!
    Adobe CS supports. As does IMatch (although some bug in current version).
    But they could at least support Canon and Nikon RAW...
    Actually if it was just Nikon RAW, I'd be happy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Royce
    Adobe CS supports. As does IMatch (although some bug in current version).
    But they could at least support Canon and Nikon RAW...
    Actually if it was just Nikon RAW, I'd be happy!
    Ah .... but there is no Adobe CS for Linux ..... Anyway, just found a RAW plugin for for the Adobe Photoshop Elements..... installation is ok, but don't know works or not, going home to try it out

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    iview mediapro!

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    irfanview / acdsee
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    irfan view.... excellent for batch resizing and also making contact prints!!
    the panorama feature also quite useful at times.

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    ACDSee 6.0
    AMPA * WPPI * J team

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    Do you ACDSee users actually downloaded and paid for the software? Someone mentioned a patch... Where can I get ver 3.1?

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    I use photogridz

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    I use IMatch. CRW,NEF besides the usual jpg, png are supported. ICC profile aware and can catalogy thousands of files in a few minutes... Trialware, the author has been providing fixes and support (via Yahoo Groups) and a major upgrade is coming soon...

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    Photoshop album.

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    har, no one use Exif viewer? This is the faster viewer I've used + able to show some of the common exif info in the photo.

    http://home.pacbell.net/michal_k/

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    Quote Originally Posted by FujiS2
    har, no one use Exif viewer? This is the faster viewer I've used + able to show some of the common exif info in the photo.

    http://home.pacbell.net/michal_k/
    I'm using this too. It's very very fast!

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    Using IrFanView. its freeware!

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