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Inzomia Viewer

Inzomia Viewer is much faster than other image viewers. While you’re looking at a picture from your playlist, the program is loading the next picture into memory. As soon as you’re ready to view the next image, it pops instantly onto the screen. All the while, the program is working in the background to load the next image into memory, so it will be ready when you are. In addition to anticipating your next picture, Inzomia Viewer uses DirectX technology to take advantage of your computer’s 3D graphics accelerator, and make your images snap into place.
Inzomia Viewer lets you use all of your screen space to view images. The full screen option hides the user interface, and lets you fill your screen with your favorite pictures. The program’s smooth power-zooming feature lets you select any portion of your picture, and zoom in as much or as little as you choose. Even if your image is much larger than your screen size, you can immediately look at the part that interests you.
Inzomia Viewer deals with Zip archives as if they were folders. If you download a Zipped collection of pictures from the Internet, Inzomia Viewer can access individual images directly, without performing a separate extraction first.
It’s easy to organize your photos into playlists, and show them to friends and family. Grab images from the Internet, or from any drive on your computer. Drag and drop your thumbnailed images, set the zoom and rotation, and save your slideshow. It’s easy to create professional transitions between images. You can turn your slideshows into self-contained Windows files that your friends and family can run, even if they don’t have Inzomia Viewer installed.
Business people can use Inzomia Viewer’s playlists to create professional sales presentations or training material. The program lets business people save time while searching through collections of clip art and photographs, or when organizing artwork for web sites and brochures. In addition, the company provides customized versions of their image viewing software, allowing businesses to bundle a branded viewer with their hardware, or provide gifts and giveaways to prospects and customers.
Whether you’re a home user who wants to organize and enjoy the thousands of images that you’ve accumulated on your computer, a photographer who needs to quickly view and evaluate your work, or a business user who needs to quickly locate images for presentations and web site pages, Inzomia Viewer has the tools that you need.
Inzomia Viewer 3 runs under Windows 98/Me/2000/XP, costs $35(US) for a single-user license, and may be purchased securely online from http://www.freephotobrowser.com. Non-commercial users can use the free version of Inzomia, a no-adware, no-spyware version with limited skin support and no TIFF support.

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