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IrfanView 4.44 erschienen
« am: Dezember 21, 2016, 10:37:14 »
Die neue Version 4.44 ist da.

Download: http://www.irfanview.com/main_download_engl.htm
Plugins: http://www.irfanview.com/plugins.htm

History of changes

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Version 4.44 ( - CURRENT VERSION - ) (Release date: 2016-12-20)

    Metadata PlugIn ported to Unicode (EXIF/IPTC/Comment data in JPG files)
    Batch scan dialog: Scan to multipage file works also with PDF output
    New Edit menu options: Remove or Insert strip (based on selection)
    New Blur filter: Gaussian Blur (thanks to Ivan Kuckir)
    New Blur filter: Fast Gaussian Blur (thanks to Mario Klingemann)
    New Properties->Fullscreen option: Show blurred image sides
    Option to show mouse coordinates (Properties->Viewing)
    New options in Histogram dialog: modeless dialog, selections, curves
    New effect added: Vertical Shift (Effects browser dialog)
    New Thumbnails menu: Show/hide filenames text for thumbnails
    New Image->Effects PlugIn: Film Simulation (thanks to Jan Ingwer Baer)
    (check the PlugIns page for CLUT files download)
    New wallpaper option: Fill (Hotkey: CTRL + SHIFT + F)
    New Rename dialog option: Rename also sidecar files
    New Print dialog option: Save settings (without printing)
    Command line option "/append" works also with PDF output
    A BMP loading bug fixed (thanks to Ren Yi)
    The hotkey "D" (clear screen) works also in Fullscreen/Slideshow mode
    Loading crashes fixed in JP2 PlugIn (JPG-2000 format)
    The Luratech formats (JP2/JPM) are now Freeware (Saving and Batch mode)
    Command line: /convert accepts wildcard also for a single filename, like:
    i_view32.exe c:\testimg.bmp /convert=c:\tifs\*.tif => save as "testimg.tif"
    Command line: /capture=7 can contain the input rectangle, like:
    i_view32.exe /capture=7=(0,0,800,600)
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