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Addons/Plugins/...

Postby xnview » Wed Jan 31, 2007 8:12 am

Addons (must be in 'AddOn' directory)
o Allows to use AltaLux technology - http://www.tommesani.com/
o Allows to export IPTC into XMP
o Allows to export slideshow in a movie file
o Allows to apply a frame (by Antonio Da Cruz)
o Basic paint features (text, line, rectangle, watermark, ...) in view mode
o Sending pictures by FTP
o CD burning in browser/slideshow(Nero needed)
o ZIP files in browser
o Allows to send picture to a ImageShack/Imgur web service
o Allows to create flash file from pictures
o Allows to send pictures to a PocketPC device
o Allows to view content of zip, rar, 7z and SQX archive
o Allows to read ID3 tags on MP3 files
o Allows to use PNGout to convert in PNG format
o Allows to use PackJPG on JPEG files (http://www.elektronik.htw-aalen.de/packjpg/)
o Allows to use RIOT plugin (thanks to Lucian Sabo (http://luci.criosweb.ro/riot/))



Plugins (must be in 'Plugins' directory)
SDK for developer who wants to add new image format

o Allows to read/write FLIF format
o Allows to read/write BPG format
o Allows to read/write JPEG-2000 JP2 File Format, use Jasper implementation
o Allows to read/write BPG format
o Allows to read/write WebP format
o Allows to read OpenRaster format
o Allows to read Paint.net format
o Allows to read ermapper format
o Allows to read OpenEXR format
o Allows to read/write FlashPix files
o Allows to read HD photo format
o Allows to read high resolution of PCD files
o Allows to read rawzor compressed raw files (rawzor)
o Allows to read DXF/DWG/HPGL/CGM/SVG format.Use third party component from http://www.cadsofttools.com
o Allows to read AWD files
o Allows to read BMF files
o Allows to read to read AT&Ts DjVu format (old format)
o Allows to read ERIchan format
o Allows to read Iterated Systems format
o Allows to read/write "Joint Bi-level Image experts Group" format
o Allows to read JBIG 2 format
o Allows to read Structured Fax files
o Allows to read/write J Wavelet Image Codec format
o Allows to read/write Lurawave format (Can only save images up to 4096x4096 pixels) See:LuraTech
o Allows to read LuraDocument format (Can only save images up to 4096x4096 pixels and maximum of 6 pages) See: LuraTech
o Allows to read/write JPEG-2000 JP2/JPC File Format (Can only save images up to 4096x4096 pixels) See: LuraTech
o Allows to read/write WaveL format
o Allows to read MrSid format
o Allows to read/write CompW format
o Allows to read JNG/MNG format
o Allows to read JPEG lossless format
o Allows to read PWC (Fast Piecewise-constant) format
o Allows to read YPC format
o Allows to read Pic2 format
o Allows to read kdc format
o Allows to read CPA Prism format
o Allows to read/write LDF.jpm format See: LuraTech
o Allows to read 3DSMax & Picture IT! thumbnail, and Microsoft Image Composer
o Allows to read PAX format
o Allows to read WSQ format
o Allows to read PowerVR format
o Allows to read Atari format (Retro Computer Image Library)

Plugins user (must be in 'Plugins' directory with .usr extension)
o Xasc by Nikolay Raspopov - Reading ASC, NFO, and DIZ files
o Xhtm by Nikolay Raspopov - Reading HTML files
o Xswf by Nikolay Raspopov - Reading SWF files (Macromedia Shockwave)
o Xemfpcl by Oleg Kovalenko - Reading NT EMF Spool, PCL5 and HP-Gl/2, PCL6(XP) & ZjStream files format
o XAwd by Boris Eyrich - Artweaver format

Misc.
o Additonal WEB templates (unzip the file to the WebTemplate directory)
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Re: Addons/Plugins/...

Postby xnview » Fri Apr 06, 2007 1:41 pm

I've updated the plugin for HDPhoto http://www.xnview.com/download/plugins/wmp.zip
Pierre.

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Postby Guest » Thu Apr 26, 2007 3:58 pm

can you make sum of the this plugins into one big and simple .exe!!!!!
thanks, adios!!!

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Postby helmut » Thu Apr 26, 2007 8:35 pm

Anonymous wrote:can you make sum of the this plugins into one big and simple .exe!!!!!
thanks, adios!!!

Do you mean one big setup.exe (setup package) or one big xnview.exe (for execution)? I guess you mean the setup package. One big xnview.exe does not make much sense, because loading and start-up would take too long if everything was included into one executable.

The Complete version which you will find on the Official download page contains some of the plugins and addons, available. But from what I can see there is no version which contains all plugins and addons avaiable. And be aware that the complete version contains the English help document, only. Help documents in other languages are not included and most downloaded separately.

@Pierre:
Could you please give a precise information which plugins and addons are included in the Complete version?

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Postby Drahken » Thu Apr 26, 2007 8:48 pm

helmut wrote:@Pierre:
Could you please give a precise information which plugins and addons are included in the Complete version?


I can...

- AddOns
7z.dll
id3lib.dll
NeroCD.lng
NeroCD.xnp
sqx20.dll
UNACEV2.DLL
unrar.dll
Unzip32.dll
Zip32.dll
ZIPPack.lng
ZIPPack.xnp
Reference This
Seems to have the nero addons, the archive addons, and the ID3 tag addon.


- Plugins
BMF_read.dll
CAD-License.txt
CADImage.dll
cpa.dll
CS_Manager.exe
DC120.dll
deco_32.dll
ecw-license.txt
fif-license.txt
jbig2dec.exe
jp2000-license.txt
ldf.dll
ldf_jpm.dll
libmng.dll
lwf.dll
lwf_jp2.dll
ncc.dll
pcdlib32.dll
slide.exe
WaveL.dll
Xbmf.dll
Xcompound.dll
Xeri.dll
Xfif.dll
Xfpx.dll
Xiwc.dll
Xjbig.dll
Xjng.dll
Xjp2.dll
Xjpegls.dll
XMrSid.dll
Xp2.dll
Xpax.dll
Xpwc.dll
Xsff.dll
Xsusie.dll
Xwhypic.dll
Xwic.dll
Xwlm.dll
Xwmp.dll

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Postby hans-jürgen » Sat Apr 28, 2007 6:08 pm

By the way, can I simply create the AddOn subdirectory if it is not there and put the addons there? I didn't install the complete version, so I don't have this subdirectory yet.
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Postby Drahken » Sat Apr 28, 2007 7:54 pm

Yes.

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Postby Guest » Sun May 20, 2007 7:16 pm

still i cant use the hd photo plugin to write the files.. please help..?

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Postby xnview » Mon May 21, 2007 7:18 am

Anonymous wrote:still i cant use the hd photo plugin to write the files.. please help..?

In your xnview.ini, try to remove the [plugins] section
Pierre.

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Postby Drahken » Mon May 21, 2007 9:51 pm

That works. I haven't been able to use the plugin either, but I just figured it was a "read only" plugin.

EDIT: I must say I'm less than impressed with the format. It really isn't any better than plain old JPG, and distinctly worse than JPEG2000. Compress an image to about 3% of it's uncompressed size (or about 1/3 the size of a high quality JPG), this is the point where compression artifacts really become noticeable. The HDphoto image will have very blocky artifacts and lose a lot of detail in some areas, JPG with full subsampling enabled will have crappy looking reds but everything else will have less artifacting that the HDphoto one, JPG with no subsampling will have decent looking reds but about the same ammount of artifacting as the HDphoto, JPEG2000 will have decent looking reds far less artifacting and much less loss of detail, it's only drawback is it's slow compression speed.
Here's my comparison: http://rapidshare.com/files/32635854/HD ... arison.rar

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Postby XnTriq » Tue May 22, 2007 3:45 am

Drahken wrote:That works. I haven't been able to use the plugin either, but I just figured it was a "read only" plugin.

Same thing here.

xnview wrote:
Anonymous wrote:still i cant use the hd photo plugin to write the files.. please help..?

In your xnview.ini, try to remove the [plugins] section

Deleting the following line from the [plugins] section of xnview.ini did the trick on my installation:

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23=Xwmp.dll|262|wmp|WMP|wdp;hdp;

Obviously it was left behind by an earlier version of xwmp.dll. The next time I started XnView, version v1.90.4 of the plugin created a new entry:

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23=Xwmp.dll|772|wmp|HD Photo|wdp;hdp;

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Postby Guest » Tue May 29, 2007 5:57 am

thanks.. it worked .. i even erased the old xnview.ini to make a fresh one

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Re: Addons/Plugins/...

Postby xnview » Mon Jun 11, 2007 8:08 am

I've added a FTP addon, and uploaded a new version of Paint
Pierre.

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Postby Drahken » Mon Jun 11, 2007 8:39 pm

The paint plugin appears to be bug free so far.

I can't get the FTP plugin to work though. I extracted it to the addons folder, opened an image, but can't find the ftp option in view mode.


EDIT: I found it in the browser mode after remembering that the menus are often different. I take it it's only available in browser mode? Can it be made to be available in viewer mode?

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Postby xnview » Tue Jun 12, 2007 6:26 am

Drahken wrote:EDIT: I found it in the browser mode after remembering that the menus are often different. I take it it's only available in browser mode? Can it be made to be available in viewer mode?

Ok
Pierre.


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