is a simple-to-use software application that enables you to create a screensaver from directories with containing images. It comes packed with several useful options that can be easily adjusted by all user levels.
Once installed, the app is automatically applied as the default screensaver. As far as settings are concerned, you can get started by pointing out one or multiple locations whose picture files you want to take into account. Supported image types include JPEG, PNG, JPC, BMP and JP2. It is possible to include subdirectories as well as to use filters.
When it comes to image options, you can set the on-screen position, automatic rotation, screen display mode and new size, enable color management, tweak gamma and dimming, apply and select transitions, insert delay times, and so on.
In addition to that, the background mode can be set (e.g. fit to screen, noise, image copy) and it is possible to keep the aspect ratio and adjust the alpha level. Styles may be added and edited in terms of font, border, text and border color, along with various types of information such as clock, process and version details.
The simple-to-use software application runs on a very low amount of CPU and RAM, so it does not affect the overall performance of the computer. It worked well throughout our evaluation, without freezing, crashing or popping up error dialogs. We have not come across any kind of issues throughout our tests.
All in all, JPEG Saver delivers a simple solution to turning entire folders with images into screensaver animations. It bundles together a variety of customization options which make it a bit more than your average screensaver, allowing you to build exactly what you want the screen to show in idle time.