is a program that you can use to view and edit image files.
The interface of the tool is plain and easy to navigate through. Image Analyzer definitely needs some improvements when it comes to its appearance, since it’s a little outdated.
Pictures can be opened via the file browser only, since the “drag and drop” method is not supported.
So, you can configure file format options, such as compression level, transparent color key, quality and file size.
But you can also create an image from selection, automatically grow or shrink a selection, as well as create a mask selection from color similarity.
In addition, you can perform various operations, such as crop, resize (the image or canvas), rotate, deskew, flip, mirror, repeat and warp.
Furthermore, you can modify saturation and vibrance, color balance and curves, match colors, remove the red eye effect, increase the local contrast, as well as import and edit a palette.
On top of that, you can apply several image effects which include smooth, sharpen, blur, adaptive noise reduction, deinterlace, grayscale, quantize, white noise, texture synthesis and skeletonize.
Moreover, you can set the image gamma and red eye removal threshold, generate 3D models, make file associations, change the interface language, use the undo, redo, copy and paste functions, and others.
The image editor takes up a low-to-moderate amount of system resources, can guide you to an online page with examples and pictures and didn’t freeze or crash during our tests. We mainly recommend Image Analyzer to advanced users.