Other features include a high quality magnifier and a musical slideshow with 150 transitional effects, as well as lossless JPEG transitions, drop shadow effects, image annotation, scanner support, histogram and much more.It supports all major graphic formats (BMP, JPEG, JPEG 2000, animated GIF, PNG, PCX, PSD, EPS, TIFF, WMF, ICO and TGA) and popular digital camera RAW formats (CRW, CR2, NEF, PEF, RAF, MRW, ORF, SRF, ARW, SR2, RW2 and DNG).gthumb even can handle the image being updated every second and both supported the name of the file type being different from the actual file type (jpg, png, gif, etc).Each of these settings are described here: Step 1: Automatic (timed) animations within slides When applying animations to various shapes on Power Point slide, ensure that the animations are set up to start After Previous (to run the animations sequentially) or With Previous (to run the animations together).From memory, I seem to recall it supporting the feature you need most: refreshing the display when the source file changes.In any event it is one of the few open-source image viewers for Windows that I found to holds its own.
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You just point to a folder; designate, how long each picture should be displayed, select transition effects, and then sit back and watch.
If a picture is too large or too small for your screen, it is automatically resized to fit the screen, keeping the aspect ratio.
SP1 fixes an issue in Viewer 2010 that used to prevent it from looping the slide show continuously.
If I add a new image in the folder it won't display until it is restarted.