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Posted by technak [send private reply] at February 06, 2002, 06:51:12 AM I need develop some simple ImageViewer (jpeg, gif, bmp, tiff) app. for my company. First big condition is using only free tools. :-(( First I try Java but their technology 2D support only jpeg may be some other but definitly not tiff. After this I try find some page where can I choose what I need and page then tell me what I can use. it is simple but I REALLY CANT FIND it. If anybody was succed with this please let me know. Or if this page doesn't exist please try me help with my app. what will be the best solution. Thank you very much. technak
Posted by Psion [send private reply] at February 06, 2002, 08:13:02 AM The ideal solution would be to just use an existing free image viewer. You haven't given enough information for us to make any real suggestions, though.
Posted by CodeRed [send private reply] at February 06, 2002, 04:04:16 PM ACDsee, will view any type of image file (even if it is renamed to try to hide the fact that it is an image). It also allows you to view images inside of archives, and icons and cursors inside of DLL's. It is very powerful, efficient and easy to use, but not free. Here are the file types it supports if you are interested:
ANI Windows animated cursor Shows cursor animation
ART AOL ART Still images
BMP Windows Bitmap Windows and OS/2; 2/8/16/24/32 bpp; RLE
CUR Windows cursor
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Posted by CodeRed [send private reply] at February 06, 2002, 06:40:01 PM well the point is it supports virtually all multimedia file formats
Posted by technak [send private reply] at February 07, 2002, 04:06:21 AM Can you show me ONE free ImageViewer for commercial use ??? Every freeware (including infranview, acdsee ...) are free only for personal use NOT to commercial. Bye and thank you
Posted by RedX [send private reply] at February 07, 2002, 12:44:12 PM Many people who release their software as freeware are willing to make a deal for commercial use. Just consider what would cost the least: writing it from scratch or buying a license.
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