nomacs is a very light weight viewer for images with some fetures that you find useful (rotate image,
crop and see in 1:1. Not too much features but definately very light weight and good for daily use.
Description : nomacs is image viewer based on Qt4 library.
: nomacs is small, fast and able to handle the most common image formats.
: Additionally it is possible to synchronize multiple viewers
: running on the same computer or via LAN is possible.
: It allows to compare images and spot the differences
: e.g. schemes of architects to show the progress).
sxiv is a nice alternative to feh. It is very light weight and quite useful. Here is the description:
sxiv is an alternative to feh and qiv. Its only dependency besides xlib
is imlib2. The primary goal for writing sxiv is to create an image viewer,
which only has the most basic features required for fast image viewing (the
ones I want). It works nicely with tiling window managers and its code base
should be kept small and clean to make it easy for you to dig into it and
customize it for your needs.
For installation, just do:
sudo yum install sxiv
Once installed you can run it with
Here is another Linux viewer (Image) that is worth a mention. URL : http://xsisqox.github.com/Viewnior
Viewnior is an image viewer program. Created to be simple, fast and elegant. It\’s minimalistic interface provides more screen space for your images. Among its features are:
* Fullscreen & Slideshow
* Rotate, flip, save, delete images
* Animation support
* Browse only selected images
* Navigation window
* Simple interface
* Configurable mouse actions
The best part about the viewer is the ability to display gif inherently. Worth a look if you are using a lot of gif images.