MysticView is an easy-to-use picture viewer with modern features,
providing great flexibility and excellent display quality. it
has some features that no other viewer can offer.
MysticView was mainly designed to become fully independent from
screen modes, to take care of aspect ratios, and to display just
everything on any screen mode, resolution and color depth,
including hicolor, truecolor and HAM modes.
MysticView displays pictures with the highest quality possible.
floyd-steinberg dithering can be activated on screens with 256
(or less) colors and on HAM modes.
MysticView opens a scalable or borderless window on your
Workbench or on a public screen. it can open a seperate public
screen as well.
MysticView scales images to the required dimensions, with respect
to the aspect ratios of both the screen and the picture (if they
can be obtained).
you can pass any number of files, directories, and filename
patterns to MysticView in the commandline, file requester or via
icon start. you may as well drag'n'drop any number of files or
drawers to MysticView's window. also, you may specify a listfile
containing any number of filenames, pathnames, and patterns.
directories are scanned recursively. multiple pictures can be
viewed manually by pressing the spacebar or automatically in
MysticView uses heavy internal multitasking for an user-compliant
behavior. the main window stays usable while loading, drawing,
MysticView is not intended to act as an image converter, effect
processor, and alike. it just displays pictures.
MysticView is fully dependent from datatypes, since there are no
custom loading routines implemented. for best results you should
have installed one of the v43 picture.datatype distributions.
MysticView is the first viewer to directly support free realtime rotation.