mrViewer 64-bit 4.3.1By (Open Source)
File Name: mrViewer-v4.3.1-Windows-64.exe
File size:56.05 MB (58,771,097 bytes)
License: Open Source
Languages: Multiple languages
Submit Date: 30 October 2018 | CangeLogs
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Company: GGA | Publisher
OS Systems: Windows OS
MD5 Checksum: F9B9FE9E9E3A05BC96EEE904637CAAED
Publisher: Joys Salomon | Contact
Software Product Description
mrViewer is a small, lightweight utility that can open images and play video files. It supports .BMP, .JPG, .PNG, .PSD, .MAP, .DPX, .MP4, .MPG, .MOV, .AVI, .DIVX, and .WMV file formats.
With mrViewer you can add files by simply dragging and dropping them into the main panel or you can use the browse button to locate your media. It comes with a couple of tools that allow you to specify the frame rate, play or stop the current video selection, skip to the start or end position of a clip, adjust the volume, alter the RGB value, and adjust the levels for gamma and exposure.
Key Features include:
- Flipbook player.
- HDRI viewer.
- Multichannel support in OpenEXR, .PSD, .MIFF and .TIFF formats.
- MultiView OpenEXR support.
- Video and Audio player.
- Network syncing support.
- Non-destructive EDL.
- Grease Pencil support.
- Multi Part EXR images.
- Deep OpenEXR images.
- Animated GIF support.
- Color Transformation Language support.
- ACES 1.0 support.
- Passive 3D Stereo Support (anaglyphs, side by side, interlaced, checkerboard).
We found mrViewer’s layout seemed to be a little cluttered and it is difficult to understand the functions easily. That having been said, there are however, tooltips for giving you some hints to help you along.
The app does have some good features though, such as support for hotkeys, which can be reassigned, and it also comes with viewable log files. It provides information on filenames, size, ratio aspect, gamma, format, memory, and compression. For images, you can analyze a histogram, and it has touchscreen editing support as well.
Overall, mrViewer has some useful features but we found the interface not that intuitive and slightly cumbersome.
Added libx265.so to Linux distribution as it was missing.
Made S/E buttons set the in and out points of the movie that is to be saved. -
Made Linux distribution not use rpath anymore in any of its libraries. This makes sure LD_LIBRARY_PATH works correctly. Updated utils/libs.rb accordingly to do it automatically.
Made GLSL shaders compatible with Mesa library on Linux, as they were reporting a bunch of errors.
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