Hi, I noticed that XNview MP Shows the total bits of all the channels. So, an 8 bit RGB image is 24 bits, and an 8 bit RGBA image is 32 bits. I find this to be rather unintuitive because at a glance, looking at the total bits per image requires doing a bit of breakdown to determine the bits per channel. I have to check to see if the image has an alpha channel, and if it does, divide the total bits by 4 to determine the bits per channel.
Why not just simply display it like this? "4096x4096x24 (3 channels) (8 bits/channel)" or "4096x4096x64 (4 channels) (16 bits/channel)".
To me, this is way easier to understand and follows the Adobe Photoshop methodology of configuring your image to be displayed in "X Bits per channel".
Hope you consider!
Ideas for improvements and requests for new features in XnView MP
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