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DIMIN Viewer

If you are looking for DIMIN Viewer, you have come to the right place. We explain what DIMIN Viewer is and point you to the official download.

What is DIMIN Viewer?

DIMIN Viewer is a computer program that mainly functions as an image viewer. It is capable of handling popular image formats like JPEG (JPG, JPE, JFIF and JIF), TIF, TIFF, EPS, PS, DAT, GIF, LSM, BMP, CPP, Autodesk (CEL and PIC), RLA, RPF, and PCD. The viewer supports installation of additional codecs to extend its functionality.

Also, the user is allowed to write scripts for the execution of filters. This means that the user can create commands to launch the image filtering functions of the program. The software also has pre-installed filter scripts for executing commands such as rendering the images in oil, pastel or watercolor; auto adjustment of color composition, render the photo in sepia tone, or as a colored or black and white sketch.

In addition, scripts can be utilized for batch processing of the images, specifically for batch conversion. Users are given thumbnail views of their images, and they are also provided with a presentation tools to allow them to view their photos and images in a slide presentation.

DIMIN Viewer was developed to run on Windows systems. It has been tested on Linux and Mac machines, and has been found to function, albeit with minor glitches.

Download DIMIN Viewer from the developer

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Download DIMIN Viewer (external link)


File types supported by DIMIN Viewer

About file types supported by DIMIN Viewer

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Last updated: : April 16, 2013