If you are looking for Imagine, you have come to the right place. We explain what Imagine is and point you to the official download.
What is Imagine?
Imagine is software developed by Korean Chun Sejin. It functions as an image and animation viewer, as well as an image/animation editor. The software was developed specifically for Windows-run systems. As a file viewer, the software is capable of opening the following formats: BMP, PNG, JPG, TIF, MNG, PBM, TGA, TIFF, GIF, WBMP, SPR, XBM, XCF, ANI, ICO, FLI, ICL, EMF, PIC, RLA, XPM and DCX. The user can extract specific frames or all frames within an animation file. They can also perform screen captures.
As an image editor, the user is allowed to flip/rotate the images, render the photo in grayscale or negative mode, adjust color depth, and resize the photos in three different ways: pixel, percentage or standard dimensions; apply effects, and add or remove transparencies. Unicode support is also provided by the software.
Imagine is likewise able to support several languages such as the following: Chinese, Spanish, Russian, Korean, Danish, German and English. The software is distributed as free software/donation software (donationware). Donationware means the user can voluntarily give a donation that will go towards the development of the project, or to a third-party beneficiary like a charitable institution.
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File types supported by Imagine
Our users primarily use Imagine to open these file types:
About file types supported by Imagine
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Last updated: : April 17, 2013