A powerful, easy to use image editor that integrates directly into Windows. Images: In Context! is easily activated by simply right-clicking on the file or files you'd like to work with, allowing you to edit your digital photos with 70+ effects, filters and functions. Version 1.5 adds full undo support, a Scanlines effect and several performance enhancements.
After installation, you'll find an arsenal of powerful image tools, conveniently attached to your right-click context menu in Windows file explorer, allowing you to copy, resize, convert, rotate, crop, adjust, blur, colorize, distort, sharpen, stylize, remove redeye, and transform your images, and so much more. Selecting multiple images at once offers even more options, such as creating slideshows and webpages with one click and an tool which will help you speedily rename your digital images. And the best part is, you never have to worry about losing your valuable images. With support for up to 20 levels of undo per image, you can easily undo any effect you apply at any time. No other right-click image utility offers support for undo or history.
Features include: Resize, Convert To (BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, TIFF, TGA, WBMP), Adjust Brightness/Contrast, Blur, Sharpen, Adjust RGB Color, Red-Eye Remover, Glass/Lens//Pinch/Ripple distorts, Add Noise, Despeckle, Add Text, Bevel Edges, Soft Focus, Sketch, Watercolor, Crop, Flip, Offset, Make Webpage, Make GIF SlideShow, a powerful image renamer, and more than 45 other effects, filters and functions!
Images: In Context! is a free trial software application from the Editors subcategory, part of the Graphic Apps category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2005-05-31. The program can be installed on Win98, WinME, Windows2000, WinXP, Windows2003.
Images: In Context! (version 1.6) has a file size of 3.59 MB and is available for download from our website.
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