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Wayne Ashworth released a very interesting tutorial for converting your pictures to IFF format using XnView. XnView includes all of the tools you need to view, organize, and edit your photos, all through its convenient and intuitive interface. Whether you’re organizing pictures from your last vacation or putting together a work-related slideshow, this program will help you accomplish your goals quickly and easily. This program’s interface is laid out nicely, with a column to browse for files along the left-hand side. When you select a folder you want to view, thumbnail images show up in the main viewing window, along with information about the photos like the File Type and Resolution. There are all kinds of options and features to take advantage of when you’re using this app. Editing tools include those for cropping, rotation, brightness, contrast, gamma, and balance. You can also convert the format of your files with output options including JPEG, PCX, PNG, TIF, CIN, BMP, GIF, and many more. A Screen Capture tool for your desktop is a handy add-on, and you can even decide what kind of resolution you’d like for the thumbnail images. XnView offers a comprehensive set of tools for managing and editing your digital images. Users of all experience levels will do well with this program, although casual users probably won’t wind up using all of the advanced features. The program is also totally free, so there’s no reason not to try it out to see if it’s right for you.

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