IrfanView Alternatives for Linux
XnViewMP is a free software to view, organise, convert graphics and photos files or to create slide show, contact sheet, HTML pages.
- - XnView MP is the most popular Windows, Mac & Linux alternative to IrfanView.
- - XnView MP is the most popular free alternative to IrfanView.
XnView MP Features
Comments about XnView MP as a Alternative to IrfanView
XnView has dozens of tools and filters for fast image editing, as well as an integrated file manager with several functions to organize images. Besides everything runs on both Windows and Linux. It's a bit slow compared to Irfanview, but it's still one of the best programs of its kind.11
Good alt, but not fully free.0
After enabling the "Show files in subfolders" option, it crashes with tens of thousands of images. IrfanView in the same situation works flawlessly (apart from the fact that it does not save the generated thumbnails to the database for quick reuse).0
one can't even delete images in fullscreen0
nono mac version available-3
nomacs is a free, open source image viewer, which supports multiple platforms. You can use it for viewing all common image formats including RAW and psd images.
- - nomacs is the most popular Open Source alternative to IrfanView.
Comments about nomacs as a Alternative to IrfanView
nomacs is so far the best contender to irfanview. You can go through images and delete or keep. Scale and cut. Having some trouble with paste, but I hope that is a setting. Or an yet undiscovered feature.1
Closest thing I've used so far to Irfanview on windoze. Quickly view, resize, crop and move on. Perfect for e-mailing work related photo's.3
not supported on Catalina0
No bloated user interface.0
Has possibilty to paste image from clipboard!0
qView is a Qt-based image viewer designed to be practical and minimal, available for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Comments about qView as a Alternative to IrfanView
IrfanView is not a simple viewer. Take all of what qView does away from IrfanView and you still have a complete program. qView appears to be a good program just not an alternative to IrfanView.0
Only processes single images, no way to look at folders or organize.-1
Gwenview is an image viewer for KDE. It can load and save all image formats supported by KDE, but Gwenview can also browse GIMP files (*.xcf). Gwenview does not try to replace your favorite image editor, so it only features the most simple image manipulations: rotation and...
Opinions about Gwenview as a Alternative to IrfanView
gThumb is an image viewer and browser for the GNOME Desktop. It also includes an importer tool for transferring photos from cameras.
Comments about gThumb as a Alternative to IrfanView
gThumb does not have some of the more important and convenient features found in IrfanView.0
It lacks the simplicity and the 'just-works' feel of Irfan. gThumb keeps resizing images, doesn't respond logically to a scroll wheel and has an overal annoying interface.1
Qt5 image viewer with optional video support. Contribute to easymodo/qimgv development by creating an account on GitHub.
"DEVELOPMENT IS ON HOLD INDEFINITELY (russian invasion of my country)" - Developer
Tonfotos simplifies browsing of large photo collection by grouping shots by events, dates, people, locations and so on. Quickly find what you need regardless where files are stored - on your computer, external drives or NAS.
Comments about Tonfotos as a Alternative to IrfanView
Has very useful features such as import images from smartphone and duplicates detection.0
Geeqie is a free open software image viewer and organiser program for Linux, FreeBSD and other Unix-like operating systems.
Comments about Geeqie Image Viewer as a Alternative to IrfanView
Selecting Images for a collection (e.g. Calendar) is easy and works super fast with the keyboard. And another keystroke copies all selected images in a separate folder for printing.0