It’s the most impressive program that has been around to see a gallery of images, thanks to a beautiful 3D and highly innovative. For example, you can download to your computer images in a digital camera, you see this in a very original way.
The images are displayed as thumbnails (thumbnail) into several panels side by side in 3D structures. Clicking on one of the panels, it will be shown in full screen, and from here we can view the images one by one. Click again overall (home), we will return to the spectacular view with all panels side by side in a 3D. The panels can be arranged in various ways on this 3D display (cylinder, horizontal and vertical wheel, disc, etc.), and then you can slide one by one, all with the click of a mouse.
It can also touch up the images slightly, for example, brightness, contrast, focus, brightness, etc..
Visions program is still in full development, and for that reason alone I have not yet included in the main category of image viewers (along with Irfanview, and FastStone Viewer Xnview, so to speak). For example it is not very fast, and supports many image formats. Pictomio has more or less similar characteristics, but I find it more solid and reliable.
Apart from that, Visions has all the credentials to become a wonderful program, one of the best programs in its class. We only hope that with time remains free.
ACDSee is an excellent program for viewing and managing a large number of images. Once focused almost exclusively to make us see the images (at least matched by free Irfanview), with the passage of time has evolved, and now also allows you to create and manage catalogs of all our images. If you have a digital camera with thousands of photos is well aware of the problem by continuing to take pictures you have thousands and thousands of images that then become very difficult to find when needed.
With ACDSee However, we can easily create catalogs (each photo will have its preview), and search them with great speed. Everything is created automatically and without any particular need for action on our part. For each picture may be willing-or-add a caption written in order to facilitate subsequent searches.
ACDSee 8 also allows a little editing, for example, automatically correcting red-eye (which happens with many digital cameras, usually in the presence of flash), create slideshows with our photo galleries (for example VCD) and automatically burn our photos onto CDs and DVDs without the addition of external programs.
Among the available plugins in part, to signal the interesting Stitcher EZ, which allows you to automatically create panoramic images from photographs other than (in practice this plugin can see where one photo ends and the other begins, and combines the images by providing a unique panoramic photo).
It allows you to catalog all the images we have on our computer, make some small tweaks, rename, create presentations (slideshows), create it with the screensaver, turn your photos into a real movie, and then store them on CD or DVD.
It plays a very good job, and also allows less experienced users (but want to do) to quickly reach the result they desire; in my opinion is superseded by ACDSee, Picasa, however, is completely free. It’s very good especially for those with cameras and digital cameras with a lot of images to be cataloged.