Most of the “regular mid-level” users are very satisfied with the multi-system image browser ACDSee, but a small downside of ACDSee is that it only supports viewing a few dozen of the most popular image formats.
XnView was born to overcome all the disadvantages of ACDSee. XnView is considered a very rare tool capable of browsing and editing almost all the existing image formats in the world, or about 500 formats. In addition, XnView 2.49.3 is also an excellent multimedia player, no less than the multimedia features of ACDSee.
Some key features of XnView:
- Ability to Import more than 400 different image formats, and Export to 50 image file formats.
- Supports TIFF, GIF and animated ICO images.
- Supports auto EXIF rotation mode.
- Edit IPTC information.
- Easily resize, crop, rotate photos.
- Change brightness, contrast …
- Change the number of colors.
- Equipped with a variety of filters – Filters are diverse and handy.
- View in Full Screen mode.
- See Slideshow.
- Creating a website is very simple.
- Print and view photos by dragging and dropping.
- Supports over 44 popular languages.
If you are familiar with the functional interfaces of ACDSee, you will feel completely surprised by the handy and modern interfaces of XnView. Once familiar with XnView, you will probably have the feeling that this multi-system image browser was born to complement and correct all that ACDSee is lacking.
XnView can be considered as a “modern copy” of ACDSee with the principle of “what ACDSee has, XnView has that” but all XnView features are upgraded to a level of convenience, more refined than ACDSee …
One of the very “trendy” breakthrough features of XnView is that it supports “Tab” image editing, similar to the current browser support for tabular browsing. Any digital image that is turned on for editing is arranged by XnView in a separate “Tab” that users can access at any time to review or continue editing. This is a remarkable advantage compared to the image editing interface of ACDSee.