Graphics & Photo Software Viewing Brennig's (English)

Brennig's (English) 1.4.2 for Windows

by Nikolaus Brennig

Avg. Rating 4.3 (12 votes)

File Details

File Size 2.2 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 53,952
Publisher Nikolaus Brennig
Homepage Brennig's
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Publisher's Description

Brennig's is a powerful graphics viewer for professional artists as well as photo experts. It features a fast viewing engine for all common graphics file formats (single/multipage/animated) and includes unique support for alpha channels, transparency and exposure control (f-stops). Of course tools like an advanced batch processor/converter, screen capture, lossless jpg transformation, batch printing, crop/cut/paste are available. It can handle video and audio files too: Automatic aspect ratio correction when playing video files, or extracting all frames is possible, as well as scrolling a video as if it would be an image. Further, Brennig's includes an advanced browser supporting different view styles and play lists for managing your files. Last but not least, tools like batch renaming, contact sheet creation, slideshow creation, emailing photos will make your life easier when dealing with all your image, video and audio files.

Latest Reviews

yokozuna

yokozuna reviewed v1.4.2 on Mar 10, 2005

Brennig's RIP. The author joined Ashampoo Corp., and his webpage redirects to the producer and reseller.

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v1.4.2 on Jan 12, 2005

[Note: Price was not a factor in my rating of this software.]

Not as fast as ACDSee Classic (no cache ahead or read behind, slower when navigating a directory with a large number of files and thumbnails).

But, on the other hand, it does more than ACDSee Classic, which means (for one thing) that if I ever switch from ACDSee Classic to Brennig's, I can do away with JPEG Resizer ( http://fileforum.betanews.com/detail/1098909247/1 ).

I'm not switching yet, but I've got my eye on this multimedia handler. If the performance improves a bit, I'm all over it.

Avg. Rating 4.3 (12 votes)
Your Rating
yokozuna

yokozuna reviewed v1.4.2 on Mar 10, 2005

Brennig's RIP. The author joined Ashampoo Corp., and his webpage redirects to the producer and reseller.

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v1.4.2 on Jan 12, 2005

[Note: Price was not a factor in my rating of this software.]

Not as fast as ACDSee Classic (no cache ahead or read behind, slower when navigating a directory with a large number of files and thumbnails).

But, on the other hand, it does more than ACDSee Classic, which means (for one thing) that if I ever switch from ACDSee Classic to Brennig's, I can do away with JPEG Resizer ( http://fileforum.betanews.com/detail/1098909247/1 ).

I'm not switching yet, but I've got my eye on this multimedia handler. If the performance improves a bit, I'm all over it.

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