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Ai Picture Utility (AiPICT) is a Viewer, MediaPlayer and Image Processor designed for speed and simplicity; novices will avoid learning curves with its intuitive interface and automatic functions. Professionals will appreciate its batch image processing and conversion capabilities that can be applied to a million files -- unattended. Its unique smoothing and sharpening filters, bitmap compute and histogram-based functions can be combined (and replicated) in vast sequences to correct and enhance any image (see Tutorial). Our speedy viewer is unmatched and includes gamma and widescreen viewing options; included JPEG Wizard creates tiny files with amazing quality. Everyday imaging tools include standard editing functions; collage creation grids; "red eye" removal; automatic color tuning and balancing; TWAIN camera and scanner acquisition; instant wallpaper; variable print sizes and positions; smooth resizing; rotate-by-degree; screen capture; color reduction and more ... With Browser-style bookmarks you can easily manage or review up to a million files. Batch UnZipper extracts multiple ZIP files unattended. Batch rename, move and delete functions will boost your productivity (standard file management functions are also included). Its Image Analyzer quantifies image quality and can identify which image has been recompressed; a Difference function is also included to visually highlight subtle changes between "identical" images. With support for JPEG Comments and EXIF camera data you can pinpoint original material without hesitation. Multimedia slideshows include 173 cool effects and AVL slideshows playback. Popular format support includes PNG, PhotoCD, Photoshop, BMP, PCX, TGA, WMF, Multi-page TIF (with anti-aliasing for easier reading), DCX, MP3, WAV, AVI, MPEG, MIDI, WMV, WMA, ASF, CD audio and more ...
Price USD27.95
License Purchase
File Size 1.24 MB
Operating System Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows 98 Windows Windows NT 4 Windows 95 Windows NT
System Requirements
  • Windows 95/98/Me/NT4/2000/XP
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