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Vallen JPegger – Image Viewer + MP3 Explorer

Vallen JPegger is a handy and full featured image viewer and MP3 music explorer program. It is designed for large image libraries with thousands of files. This little free app reads 40 different image file formats and supports lossless JPEG rotation. It also includes a unique MP3 Organizer including a simple player. MP3 files are categorized according their MP3 tag information into artist, genre and album in a comfortable tree structure.Vallen JPegger reads most file formats such as BMP, JPEG, JP2, JPC, PCX, GIF, TIFF, EPS, PNG, TGA, VST, PSP-files and a few more minor and sub-formats. Additionally it includes an automatic slide show mode where it shows one picture after the other in a user-specified time interval. You can view the EXIF details of an image and also can find and delete duplicate images.

Even if JPegger initially was designed to be a pure Image Viewer the playback of Music files has been added due to user demands. The simple sound playback has grown up over the months to a full featured and complete Music Explorer that automatically analyzes your MP3 tags and organizes all your MP3 files into a very convenient tree structure.

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