The surroundings of that central browser can be fitted with a bunch of other tools. You can dock and rearrange the windows for the folder browser, document info and file preview. This comes in very handy when you want to create your own layout and speed up your workflow.
Just like its counterpart, XnView MP provides a wide range of ways to view files. You can change the size of the preview thumbnails, compare images and even edit them. Double clicking a picture automatically opens it in the editor. Here, you are able to analyze its histogram, resize and crop it, as well as apply various enhancement filters.
All the images you edit, as well as others that are simply chosen can be converted to popular formats such as JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, BMP, PCX and TGA. This can be done using single files, or multiple ones in batch mode.
The biggest difference between XnView and XnView MP is that the latter is optimized for improved performance in loading times and caching. And since XnView MP is capable of working with large amounts of files, this means that you can save plenty of time when it comes to organizing your files.
With the above to consider and much more to discover about what XnView MP can offer, it’s safe to say that it is indeed a feature packed media viewing and cataloging application.
XnView MP supports more than 500 image formats (including Multipage and animated still formats APNG, TIFF, GIF, ICO, etc..) and export to about 70 different file formats.
XnView MP comes with an easy to use yet powerful batch conversion module. This same module also powers XnConvert
And much more…
Virtually all of standard XnView’s much loved features have been preserved in XnView MP and many features have actually been tweaked and enhanced...