I'm mostly a Linux guy but I don't think the software I'm looking for is available in Linux so I ask this presumable easy question for those of you that knows Windows. The thing I want to do is to ...
I have a lot of 50-100 MP colour images that I would like to view on linux. For example, 10000x17000 size is typical, but most image viewers will fail with out-of-memory. The file format is png or ...
I would like to display a fully opaque image (e.g. PNG RGB8) on the desktop in an image viewer - but such that I can set the window (showing the image) to be, say, 50% transparent (so I could see ...
Windows Explorer has this feature to organize files in a folder into groups, each having it's own header, very convenient. Is there a Linux file or image explorer with a similar feature?
I'm looking for an image viewer that takes data on stdin and can be run like: cat image.png | imageviewer
Is there any command line (pipe-able) graph viewer for SVG and JPG/PNG image files? Especially that, the graph/image files are output thru pipe line, rather than plain files, so there must be option ...