If you are looking for ReaViewer, you have come to the right place. We explain what ReaViewer is and point you to the official download.
What is ReaViewer?
The ReaViewer is a free utility from Reasoft that allows users to open very nearly every existing digital image format in wide circulation. In fact, the list of formats it is capable of opening includes more than 65 file types. Furthermore, it is capable of opening even RAW file types straight from digital cameras.
Beyond the program’s strong file compatibility features is an ability to compose slideshows. Images can be collected for slideshow composition, even if they are of different file formats. Users can also add special effects for transitions to add flair to their slideshows. The application also permits users to import audio in the MP3 format if they want to provide a background score or song for their slideshows.
The program can also perform basic editing for those who want to make minor corrections to their image files. Image resolution can be changed, for instance, as can image properties. Users can even apply filters to images for dramatic tone changes or make gamma and color corrections as needed. Moreover, they can save all their changes.
The software is compatible with Windows operating systems from 95 to XP.
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File types supported by ReaViewer
Our users primarily use ReaViewer to open these file types:
About file types supported by ReaViewer
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Last updated: : July 15, 2014