TetraVerse Viewer 1.1
Author: NecroCosm Software
Operation System: Windows All
Size: 1.21 MB
TetraVerse Viewer was designed to be a image viewing and converting application that grabs all images in a selected directory and makes them viewable through a drop down menu.
TetraVerse Viewer also allows for the moving and stretching of any image for close-up viewing of a specific area of the file. This program is ideal for viewing large quantities of images (such as a directory of pornography) and can be placed onto a CD to start when it is put into the CD-ROM drive.
This will make the CD much easier to use and navigate as well as much more professionalized. New to this version is the ability to convert between bitmap, jpeg, and gif files and to move files from one directory to another (in the event that you are scanning the images in a directory and find one that belongs somewhere else). It is overall a very useful utility for casual browsing by anyone
Viewing images has never been so simple! Entire directories of images of many types can be viewed simply by pressing the up and down key. If this is too slow, then any image from the directory can be selected from a drop-down list in the upper corner, which does not block viewing the image. Never again will you need to open Internet Explorer or Netscape two hundred times to view a directory of images.
Here are some key features of "TetraVerse Viewer":
· Convert any image files in .bmp, .jpg, and .gif
· View bitmap, jpeg, gif, icon, and cursor types
· Move from image to image quickly by pressing up/down
· Send out-of-place files to other locations
· Stretch images to any size
· "Pseudo-Smart": Remembers your last directory, settings
· Quite stable and effective
· 16MB RAM
· 80386 Processor or newer