WinGraphic's Image List dramatically increases the speed in which you edit your images. Once you have modified your images you can save them individually or all at once using the batch save feature.
The Image editor is able to crop, chop, composite, add text, flood fill with color, flood fill with a texture or image. You can also apply 44 effects and transformations to your images, for example resize using a choice of 15 different algorithms to produce the best result for your image.
The above illustrates WinGraphic being used as an image editor. The images have been pasted into the image list (on the left) and each has been manipulated in its own way.
The quick view option has been set to Editor; this is accessible through View -> Quick View -> Editor. The side bar is only visible when you move your mouse to the very left of the image list.
WinGraphic by default has a sidebar, an image list, large icons and a main image pane.
Use the acquire feature to retrieve images from your scanner or digital camera. Using this feature will place all of your images into a single list allowing you to manipulate and then save your images individually or all at once.
Take screen shots using Windows built in feature CTRL+PrtScn for a whole window or ALT+PrtScrn for the active window. Use WinGraphic to paste them into the image list just by pressing the paste button. You can then save them all at once by using the batch save feature.
By using the File Browser with Auto Browse turned on you can view directories of images just by double clicking on the folder. The Auto Browse feature will automatically add your images into the image list (a list of thumbnails). When clicking on a thumbnail the image will load into the main editing window for easy viewing. By selecting View -> Quick View -> Viewer from the main menu, WinGraphic will remove the editing toolbar and sidebar allowing more room to view the image.
Print your images using WinGraphic's print feature. You are able to scale the image to fit the page or to another size. Check how the image will be printed by using the print preview feature.