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    Default Sequential Image Viewers.

    Ok for the record I use CDisplay and I REALLY like it but... lately I've run into a lot of zip files with .TIFF files in there because they're insanely high quality. So I'm left with three options.

    A. Unzip the files and view them using Windows Image Viewer. And I'd prefer not to.

    B. Unzip the files and then convert each tiff to .JPG or .PNG (probably .PNG). NOTE: I'd prefer this to A, believe it or not.

    C. Find a new program that opens .zip/.rar/other compressed file formats and displays the images inside using the arrow keys or the PGUP/PGDN keys and CAN display .TIFF files.

    So what are my options on B & C? Assuming I choose C, does anyone know a program that reads .TIFF and works like CDisplay?

    Assuming I choose B, does anyone know a program which will convert all those tiff files in one go, rather than opening each one?
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    ACDSee>CDisplay

    Just get an older version of ACDSee (2.41 or something like that) if your computer is not beefy enough to run version 7.
    Any image loads instantly no matter what size it is. (Using ACDSee 7)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jyuu
    ACDSee>CDisplay

    Just get an older version of ACDSee (2.41 or something like that) if your computer is not beefy enough to run version 7.
    Any image loads instantly no matter what size it is. (Using ACDSee 7)
    Any benefits of using version 7?
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    Photo printing easiness (create pages with one or more photos + captions), image editor, syncher for digital cameras/removable devices, etc.
    If you want it, I can upload the pro version of ACDSee 7 + keygen and link it to you.

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    Well christ that'd be incredibly helpful. Thanks. I'll give this thing a spin.
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