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viewer

1. any optical device by means of which something is viewed, esp one used for viewing photographic transparencies
2. Law a person appointed by a court to inspect and report upon property, etc.

viewer

(tool)
A program to allow a file to be read (or played) but not changed. Viewers are often freely distributable, even when the editor application is not. This allows you to create files with the editor and make the viewer available to other users to view your files, e.g. on a website. Examples include the Word and Adobe Acrobat viewers.

viewer

(1) A program that renders the contents of a digital file on screen. Also called a "browser," viewers may be stand-alone programs or components within a larger application. For audio and video formats, media players are used. See file viewer, graphics viewer, newsreader and media player.

(2) A person who looks at an image or watches a movie.
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In addition, users of Coolutils Photo Viewer can rename photos using templates included in the program and it can also create slide shows with dozens of effects.
* Viewer actions generate incredibly valuable analytics: If you present viewers with choices and then track every viewer's action (which videos are selected, what order the viewer chooses, which optional actions the viewer takes after viewing the presentation, and so forth), you can get amazing insights into which messages resonate, how effective each presentation is, and what drives viewers.
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Today our industry is quite different from the days when free Gerber viewers were first introduced.
Once viewers started conducting their own Nielsen ratings every few seconds, TV had to grow more responsive, more competitive.
My low vantage point highlights his abstracted body against the evening sky, leaving much to the imagination of the viewer.
One obvious term of comparison is with the reconstructive "near documentary" aesthetic of Jeff Wall, but even more telling, I think, is the contrast between Delahaye's panoramic pictures and the work of Andreas Gursky, whose large-scale and often fantastically detailed images put a similar premium on sheer visibility while simultaneously cutting themselves off, "severing" themselves, from any corporally imaginable relation to photographer or viewer: Distance in Gursky tends to be absolute, not, as in Delahaye, the dialectical other to proximity and immersion.
Moreover, as all digital documents are converted to a format suitable for display on a mobile phone with NEC's data format technology, the speed at which documents containing multiple images or charts are displayed is faster than that of a mobile phone PDF viewer.
The picture viewer is able to automatically update itself with the users most recent favourite snapshots by connecting it to a personal computer and by inserting a standard SD or MMC memory card the user can view even more pictures.
Autodesk DWF Viewer enables anyone to electronically navigate, view and print both 2D and 3D design information.
"We recognize that we have many loyal rural viewers out there who may not fit the traditional definition of a farmer or rancher," Adinamis says.