mrViewer 4.0.4

mrViewer is a unique, professional video player, interactive image viewer, and flipbook viewer. You can use mrViewer as a Reverse Video Player to play videos backwards / forward, draw lines, add text to video in real-time (Grease Pencil), change gamma levels/RGB values. Other features include EDL playback, vectorscope that shows you how saturated is your image, Animated GIF, Academy Color Encoding System (ACES), Passive 3D Stereo Support (anaglyphs, side by side, interlaced, checkerboard), High-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) support and more. mrViewer supports many of the most popular image and video formats such as WMV, AVI, MOV, PSD, JPG, PNG, MAP, and others. For those that are not familiar with mrViewer features or video editing, here you can read the answers to the most frequently asked questions.

mrViewer 4.0.4 changelog:
When lut is active, saving to a MIFF, TIFF, PNG, PIC and PSD will bake the lut in the picture.
Made lut more verbose, printing out the lut when it is not created, too.
Bug fixed alpha channel presence in imagemagick wand loader. Previously, it would tag all images with alpha channel and lead to reporting of colors to 0 premult when no alpha was there.
Made saving of TIFF and PNG several times faster.
Added support for alpha channel in YUVA movies, even if a shader is not available. This allows viewing the alpha channel of ProRes 4444 movies.
Added saving of alpha channel when codec is prores_ks and YUV format is YUV444.
Bug fixed stereo display of inferior/superior which was placing both images one on top of each other.
Bug fixed stereo looping of image sequences. Previously the loop would not happen. Looping of two movie tracks or movies was okay.

mrViewer Screenshot

mrViewer Interface

Latest version: 4.0.4 (14 Mar 2018)
License: Open Source
System requirements: Windows Vista/7/8/10
Download: mrViewer 32-bit | Portable 32-bit (~60.0 MB)
Download: mrViewer 64-bit | Portable 64-bit (~70.0 MB)

See also:
DJV Imaging
Virtualdub AIO

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