IrfanView is a fast, simple freeware image viewer and editor that supports all major graphic formats, including BMP, DIB, JPEG, GIF, animated GIF, PNG, PCX, multipage TIFF, TGA, and more. In addition, it features drag-and-drop support, directory viewing, TWAIN support, slide shows, batch conversion, and modifications such as color depth, crop, blur, and sharpen.
The IrfanView PlugIns package offers additional file formats and effects for IrfanView.
- New options in Resample dialog: Use Resample filters for shrinking; Gamma fix
- Improved GIF animations
- Features from Adobe-8BF PlugIn (8BF_FILTERS.DLL) moved to Effects PlugIn
- New Image menu: Adobe 8BF PlugIns; with new fixed and dynamic PlugIns like: Perspective Transformations and SmartCurve - big thanks to PlugIn authors
- Option to set custom folder for Adobe 8BF PlugIns menu (Properties->PlugIns)
- Added Drag&Drop from Thumbnails window to another programs
- New menu: File->Open Recent Files (can be disabled in Properties->Misc)
- New option in Advanced Batch dialog: Don't shrink bigger images
- Added Center option for Crop in Advanced Batch dialog and /crop
- Replace Color option can work on selections
- GIF bug fixed (credits to Dmitry Janushkevich, Secunia Research, CVE-2013-5351)
- MrSID bug fixed (reported by Parvez Anwar via Secunia SVCRP, thanks!)
- Japanese folder name bug fixed (reported by Asuka Nakajima via JPCERT/CC)
- Several PlugIns are changed/updated, please install the newest versions
Reviewing 4.37 (Feb 17, 2014)
Reviewing 4.37 (Dec 16, 2013)
IrfanView is one of those MUST install programs on my systems and it keeps getting better and better!
Reviewing 4.36 (Aug 24, 2013)
Reviewing 4.36 (Aug 22, 2013)
Reviewing 4.36 (Aug 17, 2013)
I have used this program for over a decade and it ranks as my favorite. I like that the developers have resisted the temptation to turn Irfanview into some bloated behemoth. It has racked up millions of downloads because it is a fast and effective way to handle the nuts and bolts editing tasks that the average user is looking to get done. I suggest Zoo take a closer look at the image edit menu because the program most certainly does have a crop feature.
In one image, if I want to crop multiple images at the same time, is it possible to do in Irfan View e.g. I have scan 36 photo passport on the same paper and now to want to crop it individually. How can we do a manual multiple crop with this?