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Imagina - An innovative image viewer plus editing tool for Windows

Imagina is an innovative image viewer and image editing tool for Windows which offers a finest viewing experience for your PC.

With this application you can watch your picture in 2D or 3D, zoom and rotate your images, and show off your images with different kinds of smooth slide show.

The application also gives options for fixing your photographs. You can adjust brightness, contrast, gamma and color, view EXIF information of your pictures and edit it (title, author and comments), and more.

Moreover, you can Play your movie files just like viewing your pictures; move, rotate and scale them just as you would any image using the smooth interface.

The application requires latest DirectX and .NET Framework 2.5. You can download this image viewer software (5.25 MB) free at source for Windows XP/Vista/7.


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